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City of Virginra Beach, Va. 



m 3 »76 



June 2, 1976 



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Windjammer's queens 



It is the golden sand dunes of Virginia 
Beach as a perfect setting for these 
15 city beauties. The 15 will be in- 
dividually featured in the Beach's favor- 
ite tourist publication, The WINJAM- 
MER, which is free and available at 



hundreds of city locations every Wed- 
nesday. They go like hot c^es so you 
had best get yours soon. Okay, now for 
the sneak preview of our lovelies. They 
are (first row from left) Marianne Tal- 
bot, Lori O'Brien, Martha Owens and 



Joan Manson; (second row) Leslie Ayers, 
Kim Goggins, Beth Talbot, Katharine 
Underwood and Marcia Alderman; (third 
row) Debbie Potter, Cheri Prinz, Nancy 
Breedlove, Barbara Handley, Susie Smith 
and Nancy Earhart. 



Patty becomes believer 



Patty Ann Mastoj Is one Beach gal who firmly be- 
Umrts to Dr. WUiard Swiers. 

Alter all, the pretty tocal lass Is »ow «ie more ol 
feis 1«^ of cadets. 

What does it aU mean? 

Simple. Miss Manby, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
ftntf S. Manby of 4401 Delco Road, Virginia Beach, 
curnotly is employed by Serrice Enten»'ises. Patty 
is tcidiiDC borne economics at BrougbtOn Senior High 



School in Raleii^. 

Sie got there only after spending some invaluable 
time at Campbell College, a North Carolina BajAist- 
sponsored senior institution with HOO studoits, located 
30 minutes south of Raleigh. 

As head of the de|»rtment that is top producer, 
among North Carolina's private colleges, of teachers 
fbr the public schools. Dr. Willard Swiers of the De- 
partment of Education at Campbell keqts a well mois- 



The Cayce story 



The sleeping prophet's dream has 
cofiM true. J 

And today ^s legacy is one of en^ 
ridiment mtf\ success, man's writing 
perhaps of the end, no, of a real be- 
ginning to the rare powers possessed 
by the late Vii^inia Beach psychic. 

SUN Editor R. (krdon Ursul has been 
a Cayce follower for mwiy years, in- 



deed Edgar Cayce brou^t him here 
twice. Ursul today presents the ARE 
story as seen through the eyes of those 
clOMst to the work: in-dep«i interviews, 
an attempt to explain the mystifying yet 
rewardir^ gift that has helped thousands 
around the globe, and brought a modem 
prosperity to the Beach, His material 
can be fwind on Pages A4 and .^5. 



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tened tiB$«T out testing the wind for his teaching-de- 
gree candidates- -like our own Patty- -as he sends them 
out student teaching— the last lap of their training for 
emifloyment in American public schools. 

Siity-<Hie studorts cleared this hurdle toward cer- 
tificatiott durli% the fall term. Forty-ttiree hi|^ school 
and forty-six elemeotary teaching cadets are taking 
to the field this month as Campbelfs spring term con- 
tingrat of cadet teachers. 

As (»e straw in the wind of particular interest to 
Beach ^idests debating their fall future, Swiers cited 
a relMse issued by the Department of Health Edncatton 
and Welbre cm brad counts within America's p(d>Uc 
schools. According to this, he noted, despite a two 
per cent drop in total public-school population, the num- 
ber of public school teachers has incmsed (hiring tte 
interval 1971-75 by sli per cat. 

The «q)lautlon Ues, he says, is a reduced ratio 
of i^Us to tMdiers and the addtttos of fecial areas 
to the curriculum as public KiMXds have expanded sir- 
vices. It adds vf, be says, to a prelessioBally improved 
situation tor trachers who are placed. 

But what about placement? 

For a number of rrasons, Swiers ccneed^, the situa- 
tion is OMch more conpettUve thtt ^ai of nve yrars 
ago. And te aw the ase (rf Virgtata Beach's Patty 
Am Ma^y as much the nme. 

"ftit it dite't end that way," be said. "Patty U doing 
r^l well tor herself," 

l^tty is «>}oying her Job. while woiting under the 

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Mail system 




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The Virginia BMch Post Office will become part 
of a Weekend and Holiday Area Mail Processing Pro- 
gram of the U. S. Postal Service Saturday. It was an- 
nounced by Postmaster J. T. Crosswhite Jr. 

The program is intended to gain weekend and holi- 
day mall processing Miciency through the use of the 
mechanized facility here. Crosswhite said. Existing 
quality of service will be maintained, he added. 

The Weekend and Holiday Program is a plan<that calls 
tor all of the mail presently processed in Virginia 
Beach on wcticends and holidays to be processed at the 
Norfolk Post Office. However, local first-class mail 
deposited for "local delivery only" or "local postmark 
only" will continue to be processed locally and both 
wUl receive the local postmark. 

^lecial street letter boxes and a receptacle at the 

local post office are designated for "local delivery only". 

In tfiMtUM, aMttkW tHmMykti^m local jie0<^oe 

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CrosswhU* urged that customers doiild never use 
the word "city" on mail addressed for local delivery, 
but to spell oat the name of the city. Equally Important 
because of the high degree of mechanization at the Nor- 
folk facility. Crosswhite emphasized that zip code whould 
always be used on all mail regardless ot destina|ion. 



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Chamber sets 
2-part party 

th» Clumber ot Commerce wUl comi^e a 4pth 
birthitey e^^ratiott with a business meetii« Thursday 
at 8 tJ^tt ike Sheraton Beach Inn. 

In addttton to the celebration, it will also honor past 
presidents. 

They are Robert B. Taylor, W.W. McClanan Jr., 
John H. Btil, Clalbome R. Bryant, James L. Kitchin, 
Harold B. Kellam, Jota W. McCombs, Albin R. Mailhes. 

Also: F. Raid Ervin, R. B. Pulley, Frank W. Kellam, 
James P. Sadler, George H. DOis, Richard H. Kline, 
Lawrence Sancilio and Janes N. Fletcher. 

A feature of the progran «1U be a panel discussion, 
' led by James R. BergdoU, of the recently completed 
"Virginia Beach Tomorrow" stniy conducted by Brook- 
ings Institute. 

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A wide variety of goblins, dwarves, dragons, wisards, 
and assorted other creatures will present their own 
original adaptaUon of J.R.R. Tolkein's "The Hobbit" 
Saturday June 5, at 7:30 and 9 p.m., in the Green Run 
Clubhouse. 

The local drama group, under the spixisorship of the 
Green Run Women's Club, is better known as the Straw- 
ijtafters, but they more resemble a pgiob of i^ra^rs 
whose vibrant enthusiasm speaks for itself. 

"If you could measure fun by volume of noise, we'd 
be on top! " lau^s Mary Schaller, director of the grdiqt. 
"But they do learn. The main objective is teaching- 
terminology, techniques, and acting itself. Still, they 
don't just come over to work. It's part of the learn- 
ing process to have fun." 

Are the Strawhatters having fun? 

"Yeah!" chirps a buoyant 8-year-old Philip (FUp) 
Schaller, who palys the lead role of the hobbit. 

"By just being with everybody the barbecues and 
scenery paintings and all that." 

Twelve-year-old Julie Bigelow discovered that "fun 
just comes along with drama," and Astrid Lai, 10, 
who syas the play was at first "Just something to do," 
thinks "now it's really fun." 

Mike McGourty, 16, finds it "fun getting in with people 
and learning about them." 

While they enjoy themselves, the "mob" is learn- 
ing everything from "costumes, make-up, and even proper 
English," as Vicky Schaller says, to "sharing res- 
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Pallatini, 11, interprets it. Specifically, the group 
has had to adjust to the prevailing handicap of a braod 
age span-from 8 to 19-but they have done so admlr- 
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"I've learned that the younger ones are all individ- 



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Similarly, Don Byrd, who is 13; has "come to res- 
pect the diflerent characters for what they are." 

Respect is mutual, it seems, for Michele Kramley, 
10, states that "the older guys make me feel more 
grown iq>." 

Steve Kn«, who at 19, is the oldest, emphasizes that 
he has "learned to control and handle myselt-and them, 
too. They're not just 'little kids.' They're growing 
up, and they need patience and understanidag." 

In the meantime, Mrs. SchaUer accepts "a lot of 
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learning." 

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supervision of Gretchwi Webster. For her at least, 
thfcSwiers method has proven out just great. 

Salaries are higher, general improvement In the pro- 
fejiional environment has made teaching actually more 
attractive, sensational news stories to the contrary 
notwithstanding. Many B^ch students enter the field 
after classes at Campbell. Employment of comparable 
attractiveness in other areas has fallen off; and more 
people who have teaching posttlons are having second 
thoughts about resigning them. 

Nevertheless, 'Campbell's experience still is, he says, 
that the well recommended beginning teacher who will 
go where the jobs are will be placed. , 

Wide-scale newspaper talk about a glutted buyer's 
market in the teaching profession has had some effect 
on the number trying to enter tt, Swiers grairts; and 
Campbell, like virtually all other teacher tr^nli^ cen- 
••n-s, had had some decrease in candidates for degrees 
m education 

From tte point of view of public sctools, at l«st, 
this has to be aU to the good, the CamjAell educator 
says. The studMts that have stayed with the program 
or still ftfan to «iter it are the ones that know that they 
intend to teach, who are the best naturally equipped to 
do it, who really want teaching jobs, he says, a«l mean 
to get them. 

'This fact has given us this year," Swiers thinks, 
nhe best overall bunch of ttdet teachers that we have 
sent ot<--a good, enthusiastic, healthy lookb^ 

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A-4 - Vlrtinta Beach Sun, June 2, 1976 



ARE 
looks 
ahead 



The ARE is looUng toward its 
greatest year. 

Edgar Cayce's extraordinai7 gi^- 
is being accepted more and^Snwe 
with each passing day, drawing mul- 
titudes to the Beach, selling IxMks 
by and alxrat him into, tiR'-'iBaaf-" 
millions. / 

As the word has spread and gone 
out, so goodness and prosperity hatre 
come to the ARE, to those five 
paid score Ibllowii^ in the foi^sleps 
of the psychic fisherman. 

The projected Bicentennial sche- 
dule is staaering, including; 

Q 

— — Fire a^cniitive ih^deptfi eq>er- 
iences this suramerfrom its Associa- 
tion of Learning, under the ausi^ces 
of Atlantic University. It vi\\ cover 
. meditation, dreams, freeing of karmic 
patterns, the development of aware- 
ness and ancient Egyptian mysteries. 
The teaching staff is impressive. 
It begins June 7 and concludes Aug. 
27. 

--Summer activities for children, 
yoirth and families, which encompass 
a rural retreat in the Appalachians, 
a children's camp, gardening, camp- 
ing archery, exercises, meditation. 
A brochure fully explains the wide 
scope offered. 

--The membership boom continues, 
and ARE presses themselves daily 
churn out an increasing amount of 
literature. The medical research pro- 
gram flourishes. They have study 
groups, educational programs, evens 
Braille library. 

--Conferences here this year come 
in astounding number, some are cur- 
rently in progress, others around 
the comer (Developing Tour Psychic 
Potential, June 6), and still others, 
running through S^. 26. Some of 
the 19 major subjects listed are 
Mysticism, The Nature of Man, Se- 
crets of the Ancient World, Jesus 
and the Second Coming, Ai>plying 
the Edgar Cayce Readings for Heal- 
ing. 

--And now, today, this morning 
to be exact, the ARE embarl[s on 
still another ambitious undertalcing: 
an exhibition, unveiling of nine pan- 
els explaining the controversial Nag 
Hammadi Codices. 

This remarkable manuscript is 
similar to the more-widely publi- 
cized Dead Sea Scrolls and the month- 
long free exhibit is the opportunity 
of a lifetime." 

"When the first discovery took place 
several years ago, I was interested 
in an exhibit," said Hugh Lynn Cayce. 
"These ancient manuscripts tie things 
together, bri(^e gaps between early 
Christianity and Judiasm." 

The showing will be in the se- 
cond floor front foyer. There will 
be experts to translate the mean- 
ings, slide presentations, and book- 
lets made available. 
.. The codices were found in a Nile 
River cemetery, four miles from 
where Pachomius began the Christ- 
ian monastic movement. The original 
gnostic library of 13 books were 
In codex form not scrolls, penned 
in Coptic, Egyptian mingled with 
Greek. The Nag Hammadi works are 
best known for the Gospel of Thomas, 
a collection of 114 sayings of Jesus. 
They contain S3 priceless writings 
from the initial fknir centuries of 
Christianity. 

It might be the ARE's finest dis- 
play to date, but the future holds 
more. The Ec^r Cayce Legacy has 
a long road to travel and the wat- 
ching, the involvement, the destiny- 
all of these will bear precious fruit. 




THE 

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Photos and text by R. Gordon Ursul 




. . .And a son remembers 




Hugh Lynn Cayce first gaited upon 
the golden sands of Virginia Beach 
as a young man. The year was 
1926. 

He owed his sight then— and now— 
to bis father. 

E6gtT Cayce gave a reading after 
Hugh Lynn more than SO years ago 
suffered serious injuries from a 
chemical explosion. Doctors said he 
would lose one eye and at best have 
restricted vision in the other. But 
the psychic's reading and subse<iuent 
treatment restored his son's sight 
perfectly. You could say that from 
that day forward the congenial Hugh 
Lynn has not once swerved in de- 
dication and purpose, to spread the 
word and gift of his father. 

And 1976 finds him as president 
of the foimdation, at the bead of 
an 11 -member board of trustees. The 
groiq) is a composite: Ixisiness 
people, some who have come up 
through the ARE, even those who 
had the good fortune to experience 
a reading themselves. The board 
is a balance, serving for three years 
and rrtating off, meeting four times 
annually to decide policies. Exe- 
cutive director is Jim Embleton. 

Hugh Lynn is much more than boss 
man at the tup. He too sports many 
hats: accomplished author, a dis- 
ciple of self meditation and dreams 
fOr individual fulfillment, a meitfal 



investigator, diarmlng iuMt, hMlth 
nut, Christian, bther, businessnao. 

The ARE is a business. It has 
an annual operating budget of bet- 
ween $1 and |1.5 million. Tlie staff 
numbers around a fluctuating 105. 
Physical prtqiertles include the old 
hospital building (built for |100,000 
in 1928, lost in 1932, and purcbasad 
again in 1956), and the modem, eon- 
temporary library and conferaiee 
center which cost |1 milUon a ooqide 
of years ago, worth Ulralf twice tint 
today; some 11,000 books, naoy 
of them rare; a publishing and print- 
ing subsidiary; a booming vixttor 
trade;lnail orders; 1,675 stndy groq^ 
around the nation; more than 16,000 
members; newsletters; Atlantic Uni- 
versity; indeed, it is a complioaed 
business embracing a mnttltuda of 
related areas. 

Hugh Lynn Cayce is at the Here 
of the million dollar industry. Its 
most precious physical property «lth- 
out doubt is the Cayce material, 14,256 
readings on 90,000 typewrittoipafM, 
some 14 million words. 

Some have chained that Hugh Lynn 
is all boslimM, too much so. Othtrs 
claim he is not a religious ouk. 
Psychic competitors burl tmcorapU- 
mentary barbs his way. Formal ia- 
stituticms to some degree look down 
their nose to him. Still others say 
he has proftted greatly form ovtr- 
writing. Indeed, such attacks ar« mt 



a wrprise. 

Bogh Lynn Cayce is a fine man 
guilty of none of the proceeding, ffis 
business acnmoi has aUowed the 
tamMOaa to grow and prosper, his 
sttady hand at the reins have turned 
bat a draam into reality and brought 
n«w tope to millions wtn have read 
the Cayce data. That he possesses 
ike atithor's . touch is a feather in 
Um ev, iriw betto' to inform the 
niauM than the son of &igar Cayce 
hlnaelf? Bn^ Lynn is a quiet, 
JOTial, hard-woridnf human beiiy. 
A regular diorch goer and|dUar 
of strength at First Presbyterian, 
who enjoysoccasicmal^mes of bridge 
with the pastor, BUI Summers. He's 
a fongtlne Beadi resident with maa^ 
frinda here. He once often fre- 
qooited the oU Cavalier to enjoy the 
dancing. And many Imgtime friends 
have 4tel%hted in Us conversathm, 
the genenl consensus among those 
A Va Beach iriw ha.ve known him 
awUle, that he is a fine f^ow In- 
volvad In sometblBg they can't quite 
fully fhthom. 



18,000 at Beach 



There are more than 600 persons 
and families living at the Beach who 
were summcmed here by the E(^r 
Cayce ridings, and who maintain 
some sort of regular contact with the 
ARE. 

There are 30 times that number — 
or roughly 11,000 persons — who 
could say the same thing, save they 
do not frequent the ARE on a r^- 
m^tal basis. 

From doctors to lawyers, writers, 
r^irees, Navy folks, hilV>es, vege- 
tarians, philosophers, scientists — 
all teve (»me to be dose to the man 
and his work. They continue to come 
today, tomorrow. 

Jotenna D'Ancicco is one of them. 



"Edgar Cayce brought me to Vir- 
ginia Beach," she admits. "I read 
There Is A River.' 1 left New York 
and have been here for one and one- 
half years." 

Johanna found what sbesou^t, and 
today meets many of th^ thousands 
that annually stream through the ARE 
library ami conference center. She 
runs the bookstore. 

"We have 800 different titles, " she 
said. "The books we sell mast be in 
a basic accord, with something rela- 
tive to the readings." 

The bookstore booms April through 
October, open 9 to 10 the busy season 
six days a week, from 1 to 10 Sun- 
days. In addition to stocking a host 



of relevant material embracing ahun- 
dred different religictts and sriiiloso- 
pUes. ARE itself pidiUshes. tts most 
members, leather-bound, actual ez- 
erpts ftom the Cayce re«li%s, wtth 
no author's comment. Therearettiree 
done, a fourth •- (mdr^ms -- issoM 
to come. 

Johanna O'AncicM is r^dy for the 
tourist rush. Her job is a plnsure. 
Cayce not <Mly ImMfM hi^ to the 
Brach, but ptve, fitofUM a prattton 
close to tt# heart and sosl of the 
work. 

"It's q> to the indlvlAnl to saA a 
greater aderstaadii« ct Uaaelf, 
for me of myself," she saM. 

E(%ar Cayce has fce^ied shoved 
her the way. 




Hugh Lynn has helped bring the 11- 
l)rary into the black. It has been 
paid off. The long years of denial 
and suffering seem a legacy lost 
to the past. More than 11 million 
books have been sold dealing with 
Edgar Cayce. Persons such as the 
psychic's son continue to popularize 
the word more and more through 
the print media and televlston. Cayce 
and Virginia Beach have become the 
worldwide mecca for matters of the 
mind, heart and soul. 

"Our library editions are very 
selecUve," Hugh Lynn said. "We 
print 5,000, tor members only and 
for sale to libraries. There will 
be two volmnes on dreams. Mem- 
berships are |15 and |35, and $800 
for life. The library is paid for, 
there is no nrortgage. 

"Medical people come here often, 
and are coming in greater numbers- 
doctors, MDs, osteopaths. Once a 
week aome of them, tpiietly, with 
no fUlare." He denies tiat with 
his position he's lost touch with the 
common oian. "I see pe<qi4e every 
day, no matter how busy the sche- 
dule." 

Hugh Lynn sees "double or triple" 
memberships In' tlw not few years. 
He talks while going through papers. 
This is an active person. He's cur- 
rmAlf wrttlag 'a yet another book, 
"Faces of Fear, "a study of the causes 
and cores of teu. 

"I writetwoikysa week," he added. 
"Wedcends are in<»tly qiedal lec- 
ture tri|». I speake to par^»ycho- 
logy groups, collefes, talk with PR 
book men he^ng our product." His 
schedule is booked solidly, almost 
every we^ead, to flies around the 
nation. He's also a s^scmed glotal 
wanderer wlw tea followed his 
Wher's work into places such as 
Russia, Iran, Israel, Bernini and Eg- 
ypt. 

His week Indudea a swoit and mas- 
sage Tuesdays, followed by a staff 
nmferwce. Wectaesdays turn iirto 
special morning meed^s with a gro«v 
that studlN meditation and prayer 
tor healing. He also dictates ez- 
toulvely and answers correspcn- 
danee. 

There are humorous momrats at 
the ARE, where tor years folks teve 
written in aski^ to be idaced on 
the i»my«r lUl. (tace Rrth Moirt- 



gomery did a column on it, aad the 
ARE <n» flooded wiHi 2,000 requests. 
Another time, Cayce material wu 
Jeft' at an African misston. The 
natives wrote— requesting to be pot 
on the prayoriist— but with Iroiqr, 
no one at the ARE could pronounce 
the difficult tribal names. 

The Cayce readings have become a 
phenomenal. Hu^ Lynn and others 
record seU onts everywhere for lec- 
tures. Second haUs have been reirtM 
for overlows. Hini-cwforencesdrnr 
SRO houses. TV tapes hit incredfide 
popularity and spait much IMaraat 
and reaction. Their specials ha^e 
gotten excellent response. 
I What would satisfy Hi«h Ljmn? 

"A more unlrarsal use of Us 
(Edgar's) medical informaticn, where 
it could be mule avaOhale to more. 

"1 see myself as u Individaal 
making available the Cayce tools, the 
ctMicepts. My use of the material 
started wtth my dad's saving of my 
eyes. But at another level I have 
used the physical readiiys. I've 
used them helpfully in rearing a £im- 
ily, in worldly wtth scouU. I'tt 
used every bit of it. 

"We are the custodians of graia 
psychic research records. We lave 
a staff of young and old, Cattolia 
and Jews. There are many voluo- 
teers and 600 brought here directly 
because of Edgar Cayce." 

Edpr CajM was a mysterious nin 
who had real qipeal. It's an appeal. 
tittt grows wtth etch paaaisg yaar. 
Cayce's son, Hu^ Lymi, Mea a shUt 
developing, an accqitanM erf wiite 
nature of more than Just an amaiing 
story or abs«rt>i^; story in book form. 

"When they break through the my- 
stery, the second largest aj^Ml irtll 
be at the medical level," he nid> 

HugA Lynn tmiln. Tktfbeue riags. 
An interview. His p^iaher wants. 
A tan desires to t^ with Urn. The ^ 
secretary has aomethiac Ae needs 
sipied. There's the uw book. Tint 
conferrace in the afternoon. R<t 
time to go. Hugh Lynn rins ail 
for a BUNnent his ejm Mwetf aeroai 
the sands to ttie Atlutto Ocean hU 
tether toved so much, the nae sands 
that whispered a fntiire, one ttet 
grew iBlUf a roar. 

Hugh LyunMOwdreamhiatetiR' . 
cmldn't, but knew me day vsnU 
happen. And it all seois meat 
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'I tried running from it fiard as I could' 



Charles Thomas Cayc« leans back 
In his chair, reflecting. 

The soft-spoken and literate lectur- 
er/wrlter/l)usinessman is the grand- 
son of Edgar Cayce. He's dedicated 
and involved, fUrtberinr the word. 
But it wasn't always that way. 

"Early on people in our home were 
interested in Edgar Cayce and I swal- 
lowed it, " he said. "But at 14 or IS, 
most of my friends embarrassed me 
-- called this the ghost house on the 
hill." 

Charles Thomas left the fold for 
many years, but time and the quest 
for truth and knowledge brought him 
back. 

"I was in my last college years. 
The professors discussed philosophi- 
cal matters not at all tied to Cayce. 
But their personal philosc^hy was. In- 
cognito 1 came and studied the read- 
ings. 1 worked with dreams, tested 
concepts (1965-67), and from that point 
I became more and tnore committed 
to these concepts promoting personal 
growth." 

He's been here at the Beach five 



years. Prior he worked for a govern- 
ment agency, and lectured at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. The present post 
is work with non-medical research, 
lectures, and his directing of youth 
activities. 

Who does Cayce aiqwal to? 

"The average age of those visiting 
is probably in the 30s, " Charles 
Thomas answers. "Many who come 
are curious rather than interested. 
Many of the young have had an ex- 
perience and vuA to find out more 
about it. The Cayce tools are a means 
to find out more about ourselves. The 
Cayce readings are not unique in 
terms of offering Insights into explor- 
ing oneself. These self-exploration 
tools are effective." 

This youngest of the fully- involved 
Ciyces sees as purpose: to make 
available the Cayce information; as 
application: is it applicable, will this 
information work for others not given 
the readings; and also pursuing sys- 
tematic research prolects. 

"I think there's a question: Is this 
a fftd, or one of continuing interest? 
If we can maintain some semblance of 



applicability and validity, the ARE 
will continue to grow." 

Edgar Cayce, in addition to mag- 
netizing thousands to his skle, has 
additionally drawn scores of other, 
somewhat similar groups here. Some 
are blatantly commercial, some good, 
some suspect. What is the ARE po- 
sition? 

"We can't praise or damn them," 
said Charles Thomas. "It iS not our 
function." 

He sees a future in which there will 
be much more medical and clinical 
use of the readings. It will be like the 
McGareys, Phoenix doctors who ther* 
run a Cayce clinic '- they tried using 
Cayce remedies on their patients and 
it has proven a rousing success. 

"1 plan to remain," he added. "As 
a child psychologist, the 14 up year 
age is the age of questioning values." 
Here, half the time we have children's 
camps and lecturers. And much of the 
work involves the young. 

Charles Thomas spends about half 
of his time in the office at headquar- 
ters. From the second floor he looks 
across the road and can gase over the 



ocean waters so lovnd by his grand- 
father. The remaining portion of his 
life is spent lecturing. The last three 
months encompass trips to Memphis, 
Tampa, Miami, Pittsburgh, New York, 
Washington, Cleveland, Detroit, and 
even the West Coa*t. 

And so in the end, all things con- 
sidered, the wc^ts and balances 
shifting, what has Edgar Cayce done 
for him? 

"I had no inteatiim to get involved. 
But I began to work with attitudes, 
diet, exercise and In other areas. 
■ Maybe it was eoUcidence, but more 
and more I felt I wanted to research 
these techniques and si»re them. 



"i tried running from it as bard as 
I could run. 

"But those tcchni<|ues ire what I've 
found heli>lUl, I'm bacpier than I've 
ever been in my life. That's a mea- 
sure of what life is about. My life, 
my values seem better clarified. As 
l worked with these technii;pes, I'm 
in the process ci {lading myseU." 

And the path is being Ulnminated by 
Edgar Cayce. 



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7 still don't completely understand It all' 



Gladys Davis goes back a long way 
with Edgar Cayce. 

She met him casually in Selma. 
Th| mfmu int. And to her, Cayce 
was an old man, indeed, a Sunday 
school teacher. TogtAher they would 
pioneer an area ot man's achieve- 
ment never quite probed before, Cay- 
ce, doing the talking, "Miss Gladys" 
the stenography. 

"My younger sister was in his 
Si^y school class," said the gra- 
cious lady, today more active than 
ever in ne^Cayce movement. "I didn't 
know of his Endings. " 

Selma was tbe typical sletspf sou- 
thern town from the pen of a Faulk- 
ner, and to many the Cayce legends 
Just wouldn't wash. But for Miss 
Gladys, Edgar Cayce would change 
her life, take her away from the old 
Tissier Hardware store, picnics with 
the giggling girls out at Lake Lanier 
yes, evn eventually Imvi]« the psy- 
chic's own pbotographic studio, on 
Broad Street in Selma. 

"Agirlfrioid toU me about Cayce 
and bis sleqn," Miss Gladys aMed. 



"I thought she meant Leslie B., his 
father . Months later I went with a 
coworker to hear, a reading for the 
Udy's afflicted neSi«*. I1n«f sl6rt-"||j, 
hand and used it regularly. I'U never 
forget it. It was a Thursday afternoon 
in August. 

"Edgar Cayce greeted us. He was 
friendly. 1 liked him immediately and 
felt comfortable with him. He gave 
you his AiU attentirai. There were 
several stenographers there, and wit- 
nesses. The girls were trying for a 
job. He lay down in shirtsleeves, on 
bis back, and jofted his hands across 
his middle. He gazed at the ceiling, 
his eyelids fluttered and they became 
glassy. Leslie B. gave him a sugges- 
tion and Edgar repeated the same in 
an undertone. Herepeated, 'Birming- 
ham, such and such a street, number 
and names. . .Yes, we have the body 
here.' It lasted 20 minute. 

"I can't say that I was awed. His 
part never seemed strai^e to me. I 
was so impressed with the man. I 
felt he could do ianything . He had a 
southern accoit." 



Young Gla^s Davis officiaUy join- 
ed Cayce S^. 10, 1923. The rest is 
recent history. She took virtually all 
^4 it hU tliau«(da of readings. Wbat 
did she think of those be helped? 

"Many Umes people he liked hurt 
him. Often there were seeking some- 
thing for themselves." 

MfiM Gladys leans back and re- 
member*. She is asked: Who was be? 
Who was Edgar Cayce? 

"Helping me and many others see 
the reaUty ttf God in our Uves, that 
we are divine beings, that our pur- 
pose is to do oar Job and find our way 
hack. 

"I tkink Edgar Cayce was a man 
sent from God, a soul, a messenger 
sent to remind other souls of who they 
are, where they come from, and where 
they are going. His readings dicMi't 
take tt>e freewill away from a person." 

What would he tkink of it all today? 
What UiOttght siwuld he see the tre- 
mendous impact he has had on mil- 
lions? 

"I tUak he's pleased with what 
we're doing," said Miss GUdys. "I 



Herbert Bruce Puryear: 

7 have been enriched, I am thankful. . .' 



Herbert Bruce Puryear likely is the 
chief resident academic within the 
Cayce fold. 

He wears the related hats of philo- 
sopher, educator, warm and interest- 
ed human bei^. Her^ Puryear is a 
man wlu) 25 years ago started after 
his goal. 

"Coming out of high school I rrad 
Fremi and followed those interests. 
1 discovered 'There Is A River' in 
1951. In 1953 1 was stationed at Eden - 
\m in Marine aviation. We drove here 
and met H<^ L]^, had'three weeks 
here to get excited about it." 

Puryear was a bona tide erihusiast. 
He It^ged Ave years at the University 
of North Carolina, returned to the ARE 
during the summer of 1959 to digest 
the dream interpretation readii^s, 
finishi^<4hat project in 1962. Reused 
his doctorate to teach for seven years 
at Trinity tJniversity in Sai Antonio, 
Q«ttng a pennant btme here at the 
BMCh la 1969. 

Puryear is a clinical psychologist. 
He participates in headquarters and 
field pUnai^s. His schedule is taisy, 
and t^ . There are 20 weeks of 



conferences at the ARE. And in the 
field there are 100 units, ^ch gaining 
from one to fcnir c(»ference-lectares 
per year. There are weekoid ^ther- 
Ings, workshops, even retreats, these 
offering a less loteoslve and more 
meditative relaxed hideaways. In 
truth it is safe to say in the man's 
own words, "I have the most interest- 
ing job in the world." 

Purynr really fits well Mo his 
office, surrounded there by mounds 
of correspondence and research ma- 
terial, and a voluminous library. For 
the record bis iab emj^sis will shift 
come fUl, from administratfon more 
into writing and spMUq^. 

What does this aU have to do with 
you, with me? 

"What is man's problem on earth?" 
Puryear himself asks. "What it need- 
ed? Where are solutions? I think you 
sUrl with the spiritual being. 

"Tlw answer is not in politics, nc* 
in science. There are no answers 
there because these are irfiysUal 
qMlities. The tects show we are more 
than biological beings. We're part 
of a whole, we're interrelated. All 



men must Uve together. The source 
of the conflict is man. 

"Man's misery grows from a de- 
sire to manipulate a lack of concern, 
self-centemess. You're not going 
to have nations Uvii« in peace while 
you have selfish men." 

But what of Herbert Bruce Puryear, 
what of him? 

"These seven years have given me 
a sense of the magnitude of the work 
we are trying to do. We see our work 
as a leavening to change .education, 
change attitudes as to the nature of our 
fellow man, and to seek solutions. 

"We teach attuning the body, inner 
orientation. I see this right at the 
heart of Jesus. We say, 'Tune into 
the spirit and live it in daily life.' 
You cairt do either one and be effec- 
tive withori the other. ' 

He se^ a majfr thrust being made 
into leadership training, and is elated 
with what the future holds. In a rather 
narrow sense, Puryear is a spiritual- 
ly - oriented psychological philospher 
who beUeves that Edgar Cayce teach- 
es a basic "oneness." 

In addition to regular assignments, 



Puryear attends tte weekly work 
reading session Tuesday mornings. 
That's where they all i^ch in and 
d^wte and diseuu the meuiing of 
readii«s. R isn't total ac<»rd. Indeed, 
those at the helm ottheCayce Founda- 
tion do not always agree. But they 
eventually reaeh ablanket conclusion. 
And for those MereMed, there's no 
party line meaning ^ch can speak 
-- and think — for himself. This is 
of vital importance to such a dedica- 
ted organiution. And when he thinks 
abmrt it, the fact that Freud's work 
yielded 24 volumes, he can see 400 
such volumes coming from Cayce. 

"Edgar Cayce has revoltffonised 
my Ufe," he i^ded. "I Mjoyed life, 
did weU in sdKMd« fett hMltby, Utod 
the church. I started out in a good 
direction, M here there isn't a thing 
in life enriched wiUiout it. 

"Personally, all I do, all I tave, 
has been enriched, and I'm thankful 
— for this material, for worUi^wttb 
it, tor growing. It'abeenanawak«iii« 
a qui(Aenli« that affects all in ny 
life." 

And Uk gaide reaains Edgar Cay- 
ce. 



feel him near to me now. I'm sure 
he's aware of it." 

Some 53 years after coming into the 
told. aiadys,DaxiSjls filled with verve 
and energy, r^lete in infectious love 
and compassion. This beautiful person 
who for so long worked with and for 
so loi% recorded on paper his far- 
reaching and even revolutionary 
words, is secretary of the ARE and 
the Edgar Cayce Foundation, and 
also worits with Philip Brower to set 
up the Cayce records in archival 
form. They are indexed and open to 
one and all. 

"Some of your questions have been 
asked before," she said, a big smile 
lighting her face. "Yes, newsmen 
still seek me out." 

She has a life reading, of course. 
Took it down herself. 

"I didn't understand and still don't 
completely after all these years," 
added Gladys Davis. "I realixed I 
picked to be bom and picked my par- 
ents." 

Fate, on the other hand, put her 
into Edgar Cayce's hands. 




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Princess Anne High School's Fabulous Marching Cava- 
liers is no eiception. In (act they have one of the better 
drill teams in this area. 

And the pride of any drill team Is the rifles. At PA the 
rifle section is made up of sis young ladies whose job it 
is to put on a display of sharp maneuvers while doing dif- 
ferent complicated movements with the rifles they carry, 
hopefully together. 

The sextet are: Captain, Candace Rae Ewell, and her 
rifle team— Diane Nevitt, Christine Acklss, Irene Kolan- 
tis, Marialice Delaney, and Patricia Lynn Martin. 

Captain ' 'Candy' ' is a senior from Pembroke Manor. She 
loves to go to the beach, and play tennis. Her father is 
Claude R. and her mother is Pauline L. Ewell. She has a 
pet Siamese cat that goes by the name of Piwacket. 

As for sports, she says she loves to play powder puff 
football. Candy is an average student and belongs to sev- 
eral clubs beside the drill teanirr drama club, k^ettes, 
FBLA, and the Septer Trinity Club. She has won best 
rifle at drill team camp and lettered in drill team at 
school. She is known as the "expert" by her grop when it 
comes to working at with the rifle, and is considered the 
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time and bopestogooDtocoUegeand l>econie a teacher in 
thefUtore. 

Patricia (Patty) Martin is 17, a seniofrom Malibu. 
9>elq**s sports aM animals. Her father ^^iJbck.|lartln, 
and her mother is Lucille Irene. As for animals, Patty 
has a poodle and a canary. 

When asked what musical instruments she plays she 
said, "Some flute, some piano, but a lot of radio," Patty 
is sometimes i^eferred to as the "joker" of the group. 
Patty is a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church. She's 
been a member of the drill team for the past four year, 
with tlie band Ave year. Patty has been a silk, a flag, a 
banner, and now Is a rifle in the drill team and was first 
chair tliite in the intermediate band. Her part-time job 
Is baby sitting. 

Patty's futare Is to go to college and become a member 
of the Patriot Drum and Bugle Corp of Wilson, N.C. 

Marialice (Mary) Delaney, 17, is a senior from Pem- 
broke Manor. She loves to read, listen to music and dance. 
Mary has two cat£, Gypsy and Sam. Her father is John and 
her mother is Winafred Delaney. 

Mary plays piano in her spare time and works for 
McDonalds at Birchwood. She is a member of St. Nicholas 
Church, has been a member of the PA Drll Team for 
three years, and during that tenure has been a flag, now a 
rifle. Mary is Considered to be tbe "serious one" of the 
mighty six. Her future plans are to go to college and major 
in drama. 

Diane (Di) Nevitt, 18, and a senior at PA, comes from 
Birebwood and lists twirling rifle and sewing as bobbies, 
mostly working with the rifle. Her father is president of 
the Drill Team Parents Association, David A. Nevitt, and 
her mother isthe vice president ofthe Drill Team Parents 
Association, Marian J. Nevitt. 

Di loves animals and has a pet cat and dog at home. She 
is a member of St. Nicholas Church, has t>een a member 
of the drill team for the past four year. During that time 



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are Gua C. and Lltsa G. KolantU. She list as hobbles 
•{Idling the rifle, nnunitlcs, and swimming, as well ws 
Idajrlng temils. Betty pUfs piano in her spare time. 

B«^ is u honor itndefll and member of the National 
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past three years, has been a banner, a flag, and now is one 
of those great rifles, aelsknownas "the worker" of the 
grop. Her future plans are to attend the College of Wil- 
liam and liary. 

Christine (Chris) Ackiss, 16, and a junior at FA, hails 
from Pembroke UtmSiams. Her father is KermitC. Ackiss 
Jr. and ter mother t» Frances V. Hayslette. As for hob- 
bleAshe likes to work with her rifle, go horseback riding 
swlrtmlng, and gymnasUcs. Chris loves animals and has 
two dogs, Frits and Hans, andtwo cats. Tiger and Keebee 
at home now. She says she loves to particiiate in sports 




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Chris Aclciss 



Irene Kolantis 



Patty Martin 



of any kind. 

Chris is an honor student at PA and the youngest mem- 
ber of tboe fearless rifles. ShehasbeenM the drillteam 
Ibr the past two years and has been a flag as well as 
rifle. She is kiwwB to most as the "junior" on the s<|iiad, 
and will be the only rifle retuniing next year. Chris has 
a part time J(rt> at the Thorn lIcAnStoe Store. Her ftiture 
|dUs are to go to college bat as to which she has noi mule 
iQ) her mind yet. 

And that's the rifles of PA, a great bunch of young lad- 
ies. They have won the hearts of many a crowd in the year 



Beach gets 
newstyle 

Magnolia Square, a raw $400,000, 7,500-square tod of- 
fice complex at 121S LasUn Road in Virginia Beach, is 
open for leasing, acoordiag to A.1I. Ifurptay of Bai«h 
and Mundiy Associates, leasing and managing firm tor 
the center. 

The new two-story, colonial -styled executive complex 
has eight units designed as offices, suites of four, five or 
sii rooms, or comUnatlons thereof, according to Hnr- 
phy. 

The colonial then* is evldoit throughout the interior 
with five flrq>laees la varioos downstairs suites. Each 
unit has a separate haat pump for efficient heating and air 
eoDdltionii«, and two mites have complete bath facilities, 
including showers. 

An added feature at IfafnoUa Square is the availabUity 
of full secr^rial and answering services supplied by 
Baigfa and Ifurphy Associates. 

Early tenants at the new complex are the Whittaker 
Uarine Groiqi corporate offices, Southern Supreme Tu- 
nis Courts, a local tafflily physician, aodBaughand Mur- 
phy Associates, with other leases pending. 

BSugh CMutmctlon Company of Virginia Beach was 
contractor tor the projikt. 



197S-76, as well as beii« a big part of the winaiag form 
that has brou^ so much fame to the "Big Red Machine." . 

The position of rifle on adrill team is one of the most 
sought after, and only a sele^ tew have what it takes to 
be able to handle those rlflesaoddoit with the eqwritlse 
that these girls do. PA is iortuiate to have sock a grop 
on its aide. It's geii« to he hard for Princess Anne High 
School next year— training all new girls, and tor Chris 
tt will mean a mwA heavier load, she will be tke only ex- 
perienced one. AU eyes will be on them to see how they 
manage, and it past records mean anything they will again 
come out on top. 

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Kids, artists 
wili present 
old time sicit 

"Let Georce Do It" afaln! 

Seven hundred children from Windsor Woods Elemn - 
tary School and a team of professional artists all under 
the direction of Donald L. Nultemeir will present the 
life of George WasUi«ton in visual and musical form. 

The parts of Kii« George 10, Georft Washii«ton and 
narrator will be played by Colour Sergeant David May 
of the British Royal Marines, Martin Sunderland, Choral 
Director at Plasa Junior High Svool and Donald MUler, 
Librarian of Windsor Woods Elementary School. 

This event wii'. be held Friday at 7:1S p.m. at Mt. 
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Spring performance 
ready for Beach 

The Virginia Beach Community Ballet Company will 
present a "Spring Performance" at 8 p.m. Sunday 
in First Colonial High School with the proceeds going 
to the benefit of "Birthright". 

The "Spring Peribrmance"" will satisfy a variety of 
tastes in ballot with a spartding comUnatioo of modem, 
jais and classical numbers. 

Ticltet prices are adnlts-|2, students-ll.SO and child- 
ren under li-%1. 

For ticicets call 497-8337. 




Emmanuel plans change 



Kelly poses with Americen fisg 



Emmanuel Baptist 

Owreb of Vlrgtaiia Beach 
«ttl have a chanft of ser- 
vtei schedule bagiiuiing 
SoBday. 

. Sunday wlU ftaturt a 10 
a.m. A unique ualfiedser- - 
vice where the eUMreo 
attend Sunday School while 
the adults attend worsh^ 

Rummage 
saie S0t 

The United Methodist 
Women of this Church are 
having a rumage sale on 
the church grounds Satur- 
day, June 5 from 10 until 
4. 

In ease of rain, It will be 
moved inside the Fellow- 
ship Hdl. All proceeds will 
go to Mission woit, both 
local and worldwide. 

The diurch is at 804 
Gammon Road, just off 
Indian River Road between 
MUttary Highway and 
Providence Road. 

Festival on 

The Church of the As- 
cension is having a "Free- 
dom Festival" Saturday and 
(9:30 t.m. to 10 p.m. Sat- 
urday and no(» to 10 Sun- 
day). 



Kelly wins Dam Neck honors 



Electronics Technician First Class Edward Kelly 
IS recently selected from the three malor eommands 

ated at Dam Ktdk (Fleet Combat Direction Systems 
iraining Ceirter, Naval Guided Nlssiles School, and 
<^leet Combat UrecUon Systems Siqpport Activity) to 
.erve as the Dam Medi Military CiUsen of the Year 
during this Bicentennial. 

The selection was made in conjunction with a program 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce 
v^ch woidd honor oa« niUtaiy man or womaa (1-1 
tbnn«fa E-9) from each of the military bases located 
in that city fbr their involvement in the civilian com- 
munity. 

Kelly, who makes his home in Virginia Beach with 



Puppets on tap 

The Virginia Beach Branch Piqipeteers will present 
the puppet production "The Magic Mushroom" fOr child- 
ren of all ages Saturday, at 10:30 a.ra. at the VirginiA 
Beach Civic Center (Dome). 

In this |day, the faring Fairly has eaten one of tte 
Goblin's magic mushrooms and must do everything that 
the Goblin commands her to do. Her search for a charm 
to break this qwll is fruitless uhtil a lost elf comes to 
the rescue. 

This will be the last puivet productiim Atr the 1975- 
76 school year. 

Following the piqipet play, the regular film program 
wiU be shown. TiUes for thU Saturdsy are The Most 
Marvelous Cat and Hie Doughnuts. 

Parents are requested to remain with tii^ ^hiUren 
throughout the piqvwt piny and movies. 

There is no diarge. 



Plea meet here 

On Friday, June 4, a play and discussion rennUi« 
Idea bafcataing will be held at 2 p.m., in the main 
courtroom of the Virginia Beach Juvenile and Draiestic 
RelatioBS Ustrict Court which is located on Oie 2nd 
floor of the Municipal Court Building. 

The iday, "No. 29-1048367: A Play About Jnattce," 
will feature the Norfolk Theater Center Players. The 
play and discussion is sponsored by Family Service/ 
Traverlers' Aid under a grant from the Virginia Foun- 
dation for the Humanities and Public Policy. Dr. John 
Broderick from (M Dominion University and AUravey 
Howard Ccqwland will be the moderators fbr the dis- 
cnssioa following the play. The play and discussion are 
open to the public. 



his wife and two sons has been stationed at the Dam 
Neck bicillty since 1973 and has served in the United 
States Navy since 1958. 

For the last two years Kelly has been actively in- 
volved in eoordinatliv collection efforts for the Joy 
Fund, list year serving as the command coordinator 
for the Naval Guided Missiles School. Kelly is also 
a volunteer with the Plasa J'ire and Rescue Lifesaving 
Company, having served the community in that capacity 

First iM!irti« with the Company as the Resciie Sec- 
retary aad Sergeant, Kelly has since become a com- 
pany Lietenant and a member of the Board of Directos, 
as well as a member of the Ways and Means Committee. 
- To gain the necessary qnalificatlonsi Kelly under- 
went over 500 hours of classroom and field training 
during off-duty hrars. Two nights a month he remains 
at tlw Fire House on Ambulance duty and every third 
night he is on standby duty for second ambulance call 



and crash truck duty. 

He als» makes his services available to other rescue 
squads, civic groiq», and Interested citizens by giving 
lectures and instructioo on drugs and first aide. A 
licensed Citisens Band Radio Operator, KeliyJas been 
instrummtal in making calls for assistance in acci- 
dents which occur in the area. Kelly is additionally 
a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge #1198 
of Aragona Villlage. 

Kdlr vta Mleeted for tin honor tf er wdergeiiig 
the scrutiny of various selection committees. Tb» other 
finalist for the hcwor was Operations Specialist Smior 
Chief Richard Cannon wl» was formerly president of 
the Glenwood Park Civic Club and is currently active 
in the Princess Anne Plaia Civic League. 

Kelly, as with the selectees from other military 
bases, will rqiresent the Dam Nedi foclllty at varios 
community activities commencing with the Armed Forces 
Day celrttration. 



Safety day Sunday 



Safoty City is sponsoring the Second Annual Tide- 
water PuUic Safety Day, Sunday, from 1 io 6 p.m. 

The event —a Beach feavorite— will be staged on the 
south-east comer ctf Military Circle SlK^ing Mall 
parking lot, directly across from the Safety City cbm- 
ples. Safety City Is a child-oriented facility sponsored 
l>y the Norfolk Jaycees, Safety CouncU, Indepen^nt 
Insurance Agencies and area businessmen, designed to 
protect the lives of children throu^ the use of safety 
education. 

Free drawing will be held throughout the day for 
numerous prises donated by merchants. The 'list 
of prises includes several bicycles, skateborads, gift 
certificates for jeans. Children may register for tte 
drawing at Military Circle McDonald's and in fnot 
of J. C. Penney's in Military Circle MaU. Children 
must be m«seat to win. 

Tlw program will commence with a brief program 
which will inclDde the mayors, police and Are chiefs 
from Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virgnla Beach and Chesa- 
peake. 



Demonrtrations by tb». four cities Fire and Pollee 
DepartmMts, Paramedical units, Red Cross, U. S. 
Coast Guard will be gafiiered In one area toacqualnt 
citisens of all ages with Uie men and wjraen who imitect 
our lives and property. 

One of the many highlights of tte day iriUbethe 
staggared arrival and dqwrtores of four hellc<4>ters. 

In addition to ttie demonstrations and diqtlays. Pol- 
iceman Tom will conduct child safety classes, and the 
AAA will work with Sentor Citizens on pedestrian safety. 
Movies will be shorn throu^uot the day and will in- 
clude cartoons, "Bicycle Safety", narrated tqr Bill 
Co^ and other basic safety films. 

A bicycle skill rtxl^ will be co-sponsored t^ Mil- 
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6-60. Participants are asked to provide their own 
blcyles. 

A tots "Grsnd Priz" auto race wUl be held between 
2:30 and 3:30 p.m. for children 4-6 years old. The 
"Grand Prii" will be ofllciatdd by Irvln Kline. Prises 
for the winners have been draated by local business 
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Virginia Beacli Sun, June 2, 1976 - B-1 




Advance to regional finals 



Marlins munch Monarchs 



Bjr BLAIR THURIIAN 
Sub ^rtt Editor 



"It wai a rtal hair-raiser." 

So said the SMplncly tpaappalil* Baysiite basebaUl 
coach, Tttrj Morton, foUowiiic th« liarlins' narrow 
2-1 Tictonr last week over MettdivUle io the semi- 
llaal round of the Eastern Region toumamoit. 

Morton msn't understatinc at aU. Henchville, which 
boasted a taan battii^ average of .326, and was generally 
considered capable of playing in the National League, 
had put the tying run on third base with one out in the 
bottom of the seventh, and final frame. 

One run had)ust scored, due to some Marlln miscues, 
and the score stppd at 2-1. 

M«nchYill« powerhous* 

But let's set the stage. Mencbvllle was sqiposed 
to damage enough baseballs with their bats to use 
up allthe gate recdpis taiceo in at Met Park. Besides 
that, no one was suppos«d to score on them until at 
least the finals of the state ehamidonship. 

BasebaU, however, is a tunny sport, and things do . 
not always happen the way they are supposed to. 

Lighbdng struck in die top of the first inning, when 
the diminutive, Marlin lead-off batter, Roy Lahman, 
drew a base-on-balls. Rightfielder Cedric Holland's 
attempted sacrifice was bungled by the Monarchs, and 
both runners were safe. Gene Lech then successfully 
advanced Lahman and Holland. 

Then Donay Jones, whose abilities as a catcher, 
pitcher and hitter were largely responsible A>r the Mar- 
lins' winniag ways this smson, punched a single to 
ri^-cenler scoring two runs. 



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"Mike's bMR ^r« before. He's a super 
kid." 

—Coach Terry Morion 



ft is Impossible to measure the importance of drawing 
first blood, bdt the MarUns seemed to derive strength 
flrom tt. Kaowiag that Mike Rbodes was on the mound 
with a btt (rf toad, gave them confidence. They knew 
that if anyone eoold liold the Menchvllle marauders, 
it wu Rhodes, and they cheered his every move. 

More imt»rtant perhaps, is what the first ^mlng 
did to Menchvill^. Down by two runs before Uiey even 
came to bat, the ^ipeared a little tlg^, trying too hard. 
Rhodes mowed them down. 

Nevertheless, the feeling was that sooner or later, 
the Monardi bats would boom. BiA as the game wore 
jm, it looked as though Rhodes would shut out Menchvllle 
and the 2-0 score would stand, for the Marlins were 
1)eing held by the Monarch pttdwr. 

And thni Uie seventh inning. Held to only two singles 
and two walks, the Monarchs l4d never been In scorring 
position. Birt with one downr Cliff Wilder singled 
and pladihitter Mike Barber hit a dxA that whissed 
by Rhodes, Jnst out of the reach of shortstop Paul 
tyner. 

Roy Lohman fielded the ball in craterUeld and threw 
to third trying to cut down the charging Wilder. But 
the heave was overthrown! When the dust had cleared. 
Wilder had scored, and Barber was a-huggln' third. 

G«M g«U close 

AU of a sudden, the Bayside faithful realised that 
the Marlins did not have the game sewn iq>, and a 
desperately worried atmosphere pervaded thestMiium. 

With just one down, a fly ball eodd tie the score, 
biA Rhodes bore down and fanned the nest batter. 

One out away from the regional &«ls. Eddie Guy 
took a vicious cut and CRACK, the ball sailed out to 
left Qeld. But Oiris Sdssom drifted mder It, and 
put the game away. 

Rhodes and Scissora were mobbed by their team- 
mates, a jiddlaBt crew triw had downed one of the most 
powertM teams in the state. 

Mtte's be«i there b^Ore," said Morton of his 
•pttehtr's tflort. "He's a sqwr kid," 

Rhodes stmdt out six Monarchs, under his season 
average, bd MMmgh under the ctrdmstaa^. "I weitf 
to ny &riball when I was in a Jam," said the senior 
1^. Re ivped his record to 9-3 and ^yside^s to 
14-t-l. 

Bagra<Uess.4tf what hi^vens not. tte vl(^ry over 
Menchvllle wiU be one to savor lor a long time. 




Photos by 
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_Bay8id« baseball team swamps winning pitcner Miica Rhodes 




Coach TMTy Morton 



Thirdbaseman Q^m Lech 



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B-2 - Virfinia B«icb Sun, June 2, me 



Cav netters first In district 



By BLAIR THURMAH 
Sim ^rts Editor 

A success story is always nice, e^ecially If tl>e peopte 
involved are so cbarmiac. And these girls certainly are 
tbat. 

We're talking about the Princess Anne girl's tennis 
^teaiii , who never came closer tq losing tliis season than 
6-S, to Cox. 

"Cox was ^strict champion last year," said coach 
Carol Cbory, "and the girls were really iqt for the match. 
They wanted to win badly." 

Its hard to believe tbat such a cute bunch of girls could 
be all that dedicated. To be number one in anything takes 
time, hard work and, well, you just can't have too many 
outside distractions. But worii they did, and finished the 
season with a spotless 10-0 reeoid, claiming the Easten 
District Title. 

However, in regional competition, the girls fell to 
Hampton, 3-6, their ooly lictories coming fnun JoAdb 
Filo and Cathy Brittingham, who won in singles and com- 
bined for a doubles win as well. 

"Not that it «u a surprise," said Coach Cbory of her 
team's success Uiis year, "Imt I thoogU Coi and First 
Colonial wold be tougher. Cox best us in pre-sesson a 
scrimmage* faoi our girls were op tor the regular seasoa 



■natch. 

"And fitA Colonial was hurt by the toss of two of their 
best idayers, daetothelrplairtnginoutside tournaments." 

DMVtte tte 1-1 score against the Patricks, Coach Chory 
s«M itvasahardtouglrtmatGh.nwas closer ttan the final 
score iuUcated, because of several split sets. 

The Princess Aime girls did a gmt ]ob on their own 
thO!«h, havii« gained experience 1* last year's summer 
tounameitts. 

Cindy Hatcher played number one for the Caraliers, 
losing oidy twice this year. "Cindy is Just a juMorthis 
year," said Coach Cbory, "But she has almdy been 
number one for two years. She should be even stronger 
next yrar." 

Keepl^ it aU In the family te Cindy's you^er «ister 
Karen, a sophomore, whotUlsthenimbertwospot. Coach 



Chory said, "Karen uses unorthodox strokes, iHit she 
ke^ the ball in ^y. She lost (mly one match this year, 
and WW the District Flight 2 Championship. 

"Uura Creasy, our number^jthree player, is a great 
all arowd a^irteiAd a real hustUr. That is why she is as 
good as she U, 

"Regiaa Handel, at number four, is a powerful player 
and t good strcdcer. "R^lna must also be very haffty, 
for she never seems to wipe a big smile off her face. Next 
year Regina, a senior, will attend Rantelph-liaeon. 

"At number five," said Coach Chory, "is loAnn FUo, 
a very aggressive player who worked hard this year and 
improved greatly." 

ne coach had this to say about her number six player, 
Cathy BrittiiiKham. "I keep track of the little ttiiiigs the 
girls do in matches, their ihistakas at the net and so on, 



and Cathy did the best. Sbt is a very fUw and «msi^M 
player." 

Coach Chory, who is leaving for Florida to Uvettis 
summer after gettli« married, 8a|| tlAt the rest oT te 
team worked vei7 lard aUthRMgtfthtseasoa. "tts r«gl^ 
a great group of girls. I^ey are friends oiaaif ffStte 
court. They aQ had great team s{drtt, even tln^ teiois 
Is an individual sport." 

Individual, yes, but as a team, powerful. Exeeptfor OM 
match, every time they played, the match mt deekM 
in the sii4(les competition. 

lie girls expressed mitow tt the imniiMatdqpartmv 
of their co&cJi u well as the foar fra^iMac tMHrfor«, 
Regina Handel, Cathy Brittingham, DebbienqipaiidJoAu 
Filo. As Karen Hatcher said, "R's too bad they have to 
go." 



Wanted 




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CARRIER BOYS 
AND GIRLS 

MUST BE 12 YEARS OF AGE OR 

OLDER If you would IHc« to own 

•xtra mmiay and livo in any of tlia 

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Monday thru Friday 

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great neck estates 

OCEANNA 

LAKE EDWARDS AREA! 

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(Kings Lake Ct. area) 
STRATFORD CHASE 

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BELLE HAVEN 

KINGS GRANT FOREST 

GATEWOOK PARK 
THALIA 

- DIAMOND SPRINGS LAKE 
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SEABREEZE FARM 
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OLD DONATION ^ 




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Frofit row L to R-D^bie Stepp, Karen 
Hstdher, Laura Creasy, Pat Downs. 



Second row-Cindy Hatcher, Vicky Wag- 
ner, Chris Coomt)es, Regina Handel, 



Cathy Brittingham, JoAnn Filo. Not pic- 
tured, Belissa Benjumea. 



Carroll's Motor 



Service 

'k) Beautiful Pungo' 

UNION 76 
•Kayatona Elactronl 
Tuna-up 

kAirConditioln3 
Sarvica 

• Brake Sarvica 
426-2730 




ROCKY SQfS 
MECHANIC 



Chiefs place 4tii in States 



Playiag la cold weather 
and gusty winds, the Kemp- 
STille Chief gold s<iuad fi- 
nished thiid in the sUte at 
the two-^y toomament at 
Red Wing last week. 

"Tbat wind was some- 
thing else," said Coadi 
Bob Bram. *'Also that 
coolness was a ttdor, bat 
the boys did a creditable 



job. They stood up under 
pressure and I am real 
inovdof them." 

KempaviUe finished witti 
a team total of 645 in the 
S6-hole tournament, five 
strokes o^ the paceof win- 
ner W. ^Ingfleld, andone 
stndce briilnd runner-tq> 
1ft. Vernon. 

Eddie Diggs, the Chiefs 



Bomber ooe.idayer shot a 
two-day total of ISZ, giving 
him fonith place medaUst 
honors. 

Tom Collai shot a 158, 
Bob Kreamer shot a 1(8, 
and Kevin Sweeney shot a 
172. 

R's all over for this yeai', 
but Branm is looking tbr 
another successful seasoi 



Mit ttme troml/^lEni. 
•ad Tod wOl ffTMlMti. Mf 
Kreamer aad Bw a aiy ^i^ 
move up, ud wvktvttti*^ 
other boys ofiM* of mi- 
king Uie team. Tim Real,! 
David Wyctt, 
frethmaa Jetl 
'^We diDidd 
same st^, 
team. I'm 
ing tbrwari to 



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HELR 

"i^" istteaiient |4aaaf the 
problem drinker. But help is 
also an answer. At the Alcohol- 
lam Rehabilitation Center of 
Tidewater, help is offered 
through treatment In a total 
therspeutic environment. 
Medical and psychological 
specialists work together to 
c6nduct convrehenslve 
Individualized programs. Mter 
detoxiflcathjn, Zi days ere 
devoted to helping Individuals 
resliape habits and regain 
lost self-confidence. 

For your own help, or 
tielp for' someor>e you Ictk^mt, 
call the 24-hour Alcoholism 
Hotline: 431-HELP. It's the first 
way to raach help. Operated 
m a puMie service 1^ ARCT. 



1 701 Wni-O-^Msp tmm, Vl^itnia Maefi, Va. 23464 



by Th* Joint Commlnion on th« AccradiWIon 
o< HaipiMh. y^TOMd lor Biu« CiOM. QiMipw. 
Mwlletn and oVwr hultti oovtnga. 



Baseball summer 
league to start 



The Tidewater ftmimer 
League, bolst««d by two 
Virginia Beach teams, has 
a new twist to offer sports 
fans here this summer. Ten 
t«uns will be based in five 
different cities and will 
play an ambitioiis Sl-game 
schedule. 

The first tiro years of 
tte Tidewater Simmer Le- 
ague found all (rf the games 
played in Norfolk. Six 
teams , Burton's, Chesa- 
peake AtUeUc Clidi, Blue 
lukets, Monroe, Orioles, 



and Tidewater Merchants 
wlU be returning to call 
Norfolk "hone" this sea- 
s(m. 

New cities have Joined 
ttie League to be«>me the 
homes of tte tour remain- 
ing teams. Pett snd South- 
ern Aisasemait will move 
to Viii^ta Beai^ while a 
new wtry, Pittnun's will 
ctH Portsmouth "home." 
A secMd new entry, the 
Royals, will be playtaig out 
at Hampton and Newport 
News. 



The Tidewater Summer 
League wastoimedin 1874, 
offering to coUegliUe |day- 
ers and players who have 
rompleted their eligibility 
in the youth programs a 
basehaU league for tte 
summer season. 

Six players <»t (A tUs 
young program have signed 
professfoiml coirtracts. 
Professfonal baseball has 
sbowa an interest in the 
league, and could possibly 
help to support tte leagM 
In tte near fature. 



Our 
mistake 



In last weA'i SUN, we 
forgot to aeetion five of 
tte best battersoB^Ara- 
gona - PMBbroke Oal- 
leoger'B sqtUiaU t«UB. 

The daggCTS ar* 8m Jar- 
rett; Uadi Bnrrail, Gnjir 
SehqMtt, itmf Hanto aad 
QoriaMoak. 

WttlMMt their povwftd 
bats and eicelleBt taun 
tstiVL, tte Onllaiim 
«mM pubtitfy not te tte 
grert team tiM9 an. 




TRI-CITY 

JANITORIAL 

SERVICE 

"A Fril Swrvlce Craqaay" 



"Ifo M> Too Small-lfo Jdb Too Large" 

We Are Eoalntd Jo Do All Cleaidw 

From Jtatating It Carpet 

^""^ RESIDENTUL • OMMERCIAL toided 

Master Ctoite 420-9391 BankAm«1eard 

,3WN.HiUtai? Highway 



CLMMtwei 




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Truck Campers, It TMAC«inMr»l(Urir 
GO J o clear the way tor 197S mi§t\ 

or mi MdtateMt aM fatt alaafi'SK 

I I • I .. . II m i i f I, T — \ ,. 

AL L invwilory going at Mcrifloe prtctt: 



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Virginia Beach Sun, June 2, 1976 - B-3 



Beach planetarium 

Stonehenge 
to get look 



The Vircinia Batch City 
Pid>Uc Schools Plane- 
tarium's progiitm for June 
will be the Stonehenge Con- . 
troversy. Id this program 
the history of Stonehenge 
will be outlined briefly to 
establish the background 
ot how Stoaeh«nge was 
used. 

Stonehenge, a pucsle 
from the ancient world, is 
a circular structure of huge 
stones on the Salisbury 



Plain in England. The sun 
is seen to rise over the 
beel stone etch year duriiu 

mid-summer. Modenthe^ 
ories include the (acts that 
Stonehenge may have been 
the world's first obser- 
vatory. 

The program includes 
information on bow Stone- 
henge tnfcy have been used 
as a stone computer to 
predict eeliiMes. 



Planetarium hours are 
Sunday 1 to 8 p.m. on the 
6th, mh, 20th, 27tb; 
Tuesday 7 to 8 p.m. on the 
1st, 8th, IStb, ZZml. Therr 
will be no program June 
29. 

Telepiwne the main of- 
fice at Plasa Junior High 
School... 486- 1971 fbr re- 
servations, and details. 



3 Beach classmen 
graduate from VMI 



Three Virginia MUitary 
Institute from classmen 
from Virginia Beach were 
among the 180 cadets 
graduated from VIII recent 
commencement exercises. 

The degree candidates 
from Virginia Beach are 
Cadets Patrick H. Banium, 
in history, WUlltm B. 
Crawford, in modem lang- 
uages, tndlfichaelG.Tate, 
in economics. All will re- 
ceive iMichelor of arts de- 
grees. 

Banium, a graduate of 



BEACH 
BIRTHS 

Ur. and Mrs. Coy Otho 
Johnson, daughter; 
,^,llr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Cleveland Thomts m^daa- 
ghter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
L. French, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Nikolas 
E. Leisos, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
James Kline, son; 

Mr. tad Mrs. Otnny Dean 
Yelton. dauber; 

Mr. tnd Mrs. Kenneth 
Steven Crawford, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Vlnce 
Vining, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Chambertaine Burroughs, 
son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 
Thomas Wilfcins Jr., 
dau^ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Emil Olivieri, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Edward TueU, -Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy 
Jos^ Matejc^, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 

D. Swain, DI, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson 

Dean Stone, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

E. Lemieux Jr., son; * 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 

Lester Grindle, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 
Franklin Payne, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley 
Lee Felton, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thur- 
man G. Prttchard, daugh- 
ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel 
J. Tanner, son; 

Mr. - and Mrs. PhUip 
Stanley Longtin, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Bradley Magne, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory 
Charles Holda, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Spencer Austin, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Allen Potter, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. MarkGor- 
doa Jeter, daughter; 

Mr. and Mr|. Kenn^b 
Seven CnwfDrd.^ugfater; 
.Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
^%ri|^ Stokes, Jr., daugh- 
ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Rould 
Lee Chandler, (taatftnr; 

m. and Mrs. J<M La- 
marl ft*cythe, <ten|*er, 

Mi. and Mrs. Wesley 
Eugwe Hug^M 'r., dau- 
ber; 

Mr. nd Mrs. Wll- 
Uam Clark Ftacher, taa- 
^er. 



Princess Anne High School 
before entering VMI, if a 
member of the rcgimeatal 
band and of the dance band 
at the InsUtute. He is the 
s(» of Mr. and Mrs. R(^bert 

F. Barnum of 513 Green- 
castle Lane. 

Crawford, a memto" of 
the Sounding Brass liferary 
society, is the son of Dr. 
and Mrs. William B. Craw- 
ford of 844 Five Point Road 
and was graduated from 
school in Woodstock where 
his parents lived before 
moving to Virginia Bench. 

Tate, named this year to 
"Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges," is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy 

G. Tate of 3717 Gladstone 
Drive and was graduated 
from Kellam High School 
before beginning his VMI 
cadetsh^. 



1 



ST 

Llnkhorn Park School 
1413 Uskin Rd. 



481-4471 

Leonard Cambett 
Pastor 

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service 

7:00 p.m. 



TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZERENE 

Rev. David Holsteln, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. 497-8703 

Sunday School Hr. - 9:45 

A.M. 

Hour of Triumph 10:50a.m. 

Juntor, YouOi, & Adult 

FeUowship-6:00 P.M. 

Hour of Inspiration - 7:00 

A.M. 

P.M. 

Wednesday Mid-week 

Up-lift 7:30 P.M. 




THE ACCENT 



FOR EVERY OCCASION 

A Wilt Seltetlon of . ■ . 
SOCIAL AND PERSONALIZED STATIONERY 
SCRAPBOOKS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INVITATIONS 

CRANES - RYTEX - EATONS STATIONERY 



1617 HILLTOP WEST 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



PhoiM 429^434 



\Hmk - - • Cnm wi 



Thf Crtbotic Parisb 
•ff tht Holy Spirit 



Moiiu: 
7 pm Sot; 9:30 ii 11 Ail. Sua 

t TtMwfit 340-7122 





Pentecost 



ACTSa:lS)(2:47) 




Ten days after Jesiu aacoaded to heaven the Jews cdebrated the feast of the harvest 
called Pentecoet. A imall band of the foUowers of Jesua gathered togildier in an upp«r 
room to pray and wait for the Holy Spirit 

Suddenly the Holy Spirit came upon them. They heard the sounB of a might} rushing 
wind. They ran into the street where men from all nationg were gatliered to celebrate 
the feast of Pentecost Even Uiough they spolie in many tongues they heard the story of 
die Holy Spirit in their own language and were able to understand. 

That day more dian tliree thousand were Iwpticed. Penteeoatal Sunday is the cdebra- 
don of die beginning of die eariy Chrisdan church. Cdebrate Pentecost at your churdi 
this Sunday. 




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Tidewater Auto Parts 

5508 Va. Beach Blvd. 

John L. Vassar k Employe« 

Rosewood Memorial Paric 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 

C. C. Kirkpatrick * Staff 

H A IM Contracting Co. 

815 Industrial Ave. 

Monte. P. Howell k Employees 

Jotin IM. Wriglit Reaity, Inc. 

1964 Uskin Rd. 

John M. Wright & Assoclafes 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

, SU Pacific Ave. 

Bailey Parker Construction 

2242 Great Neck Rd. 
Bally Palter k Employees 



497-4861 



497-8925 



545-7391 



425-8702 



428-9161 



481-7051 



Flowers 

Herbert Harrell, Florist 

Compliments of Ingram Pharmacy 

207-25tb St. 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 

Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stereo 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Taylor B. Carr k Employees 



H 



STEWART TOURS 
PRESENTS 

CENTRAL NORTHERN 
NECK VA. 

fsatnriag 

one (by tour. 

George WasUagtoa's 
-Ferry Fann." "SlenWa 
Star*," aad KoM. E. Lea's 
BIrttptoca, "ttraUord 
Hall." Departs 8^ |I8. 

(EimtAL CANADA Ot- 
ptrts 8/14 rt«vis %fla 

Walt i^NtY imui 

Owarts 8/14 retam 8/19 
CROSS 0)UlfTRY 6/21 to 

A SCOTIA 1/11 te8/l8 

CALL STEWART TOURS 
(K;C-MC 130-124) 

8VI-MM » 891-Mn 




Kellam a Eaton, Inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 

Frank » David Kellam 427-3200 

Home Federal Savings & Loan Association 

163$ Laskin ftd. 

Church Accoonts Welcome 426-0327 

Simlele Funeral Home 

3795 Bonney Rd. Between Independence k Rosemont 
Vic S^miele k Joe He(%epeth 340-l7l7 

Compliments of Eariy Distributing Co. 
Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach 6lvd. Va. Beach 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting k Assessorles 



Cliarile'8 Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 

Mary E. Rehpelz k Employees 

Stohi Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 
James R. Stohl li Associates 

Smith & Keene 

5734 Sellegar Drive 

E. Gilbert Keens k Associates 



428-6363 



622-3706 



497-4854 



491-9863 



497-4851 



420-1231 



Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 2981 S. Military Hwy. 
' Sandy Bolin k Employees 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 
L.H. Bums k Staff 



Higglns Realty, inc. 

6820 Indian River Rd. 

Cecil M. Harrison 4 As9oeirt«>s 

Warren-Slet>ert-Page htc. 

Jack Sirtiert A StaS 

Larasan Realty Corp. 

3041 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Lawrence A. Sancilio li A^ociates 



420-3120 



Beach Ford 

2717 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Jim Morrisette k Employees 

Contractors PavlngjCo., Inc. 

3779 Braney Rd. 
Clinton Teets k Staff 



KMipsville Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 
R<*eH W. Clybom-Lynn Leavitt 

Ihnents of Pet Ice Cremi 



428-5951 



486-2717 



340-1161 



497-3516 



;oiq^miMii 



340-3030 



SttOKton Of This Senric$ Psrsuade tts Rttdors To Worship in Tho Chufdi Of Their Choosing 



B-4 - VliflnU Beacb Sun, June Z, 1976 



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CAN YOU RECOGNIZE 
THESE NEWSMAKERS OF 1789? 




1. He ted a Russian Invuion 2. She was about to lose 3. He favored establidimant 
into the Ballcans. her throne. of a nationiri bank. 




4. The Author of the Bill 5. He sought geographic 6. He was the discoverer of 
of Rights.^ balance in his appointments, oxygen. 




7. The First Secretary of 8. This American admiral 9. He felt the vice preslden- 
State of America's fledgling had been accused of rape cy was "the most insignif- 
new Republic. in Russii. leant office." 

The photos above are talcen from Time magazine's new bicentennial issue, which 
reports the news of the week in September, 1789 when Congress adopted the Bill of 
Rights. The issue includes news from PfHs where the French Revolution was in full 
swing, a report from Australia, which had just received its first white settlers, a run- 
down on the new divorce laws that had been adopted by the states and an article on 
the sport of horse racing. Time's first bicentennial issue, which reported the news of 
the week of July 4, 1776 won several awards and drew warm praise from educators 
for being a unique way to convey history. Of thosq pictured above, six are Americans 
and three are Europeans. All of them were in the news in 1789. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH 



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PUBLIC NOTICES 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

14th day of May, 1976. 

Dana Thomas Bostwick, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Diane Marie Arnett*Bos- 

twick, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the gronnds of deser- 
tion on February 10, 1976. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 149 Forest 
Drive, Jeffersonville, In- 
daina it is ordered that 
she do appear here withing 
ten(lO) (&ys after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A COPY-TESTE; JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk. 

Christie & Gutterman 
24S First Colonial Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

Va. Beach, Va. 23454 

VBS-5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 



A COPY-TESTE: JOHNV. 

FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 

Clerk. 

Louis B. Fine 

720 Law Bldg. 

Norfolk, Va., 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beacb, on thelTtb 

day of May, 1976. 

Peter Fiske Leon, Sr. 

PUintiff, 

against 

Amanda Sisson Bowen Leon 

Defem&nt. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defeiMlant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
nuuie and filed that tjte 
d^mdant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last Imown post office ad< 
dress beii$: 2194IIuzanl 
RIU Rmd, Bingjnmptcm, 
New York it is ordered 
that she (k> appear here 
witUfl t^lO)daysatterdne 
pgblicattoo hereof, and (to 
what may be necessary to 
prefect her interest in this 
suit. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach on the 31st 

day of March, 1976. 

Donald Russell Garland, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rhonda Lavon Garland, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
and enlarged into a final 
decree of divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being; 4230 Kim Sue 
Way, San Diego, California 
it is ordered that she do 
app^r here within ten(10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, QLERK 
By: Virginia B. AUen, 
Clerk 

Louis W, Kershner 
524 Independence Bldg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 



of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: c/o C. T. 
Perkin State Mental Hos- 
pital, Jessup, Maryland it 
it is ordered that she 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after dOe pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy- Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk 

William H. Colona, Jr. 
1397 Laskin Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS - 5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beacb, on the 

10th day of May, 1976. 

Omar Roscoe Bowers, Jr. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

&isan Delucas Bowers, 

Defeodant. 

The object of this suit 
is to ol^ln a divoree 1 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the groiuids of one year's 
septntion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
feadant is a non-resident 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Va. Beacb, on the 17th 

day of May, 1976 

Bernard A. Griffin, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sheryl M. Griffin, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fedant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: 9 Aner- 
son Street, Boston. Massa- 
chusetts it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten(10}days after due iMibli- 
cation hereof, and do wbat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect here Interest in this 
suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Alloi D. 
Clerk. 

Cox, Cox & Cox 
1518 Atlantic Ave, 
Va. Beacb, Va. 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
4t 



ODER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the Sth 
day of May, 1976. 
Micbaelenen C. Harrell, 
Plaintiff, 
aislnst 

David Cuttino Harrell, Jr. 
Defendant. 
ThecAjectofaissittla 



to oMatB « dltnnetaTlicii- 
lo matrimonii fRNBtttMM 
defendant, qnottnimuMti 
ot separation fwnoretimtt 
oneynr. 

And aaaatdavitiitviiviiMO 
made and flled tliM the da- 
fendant Is a nan-realdwt 
oftheSUteofVli^nia,tlw 
last known pott oolct ad- 
dress b«lo(: MM West Ce- 
dar Street, Flor«ic«,Soiia> 
Carolina 19501 tt is order- 
ed that he do ^ipear here 
within tenflO) Af* tf er 
due publlcaiiai Imntd, and 
do what may b« nicetstry 
to protect his Interest in 
this suit. 

A coOT-Teste: «)HN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virgin^ B. Allen D, 
Clerk 

J. Camenm Mann 
4405 Ben Frai^lln Lane 
Va. Beach, Va. 



VBS May 12, 19, S6, June 
2 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Cleit'sOflice of the 

Circuit Court ot the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the Sth 

day of If ay, 1976. 

Leroy Jeffersdn, 

Plaiittifl, 

against 

Rosa R. Jefferson, 

Defendant. 

The object (rf this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro trom the said 
defenduit, q)on the 
grounds ol constructiTe 
desertion tantamount to 
actmd desertion since Oc- 
tober 31, 1975 
And an affidavit bavinK 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a noo-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last knompost 
offfce address iieinfSlM 
E Chester Road. Bronx, 
New York 10469 it is or- 
dered that she di^ appear 
here within tei^lO)da]rs af- 
ter due pabUcatloa heredf, 
and do irhat may be neces- 
sary to protect hw inter- 
est In this suit. 
A conr-Teste: KXa V. 
FENTItESS. CLBBp; 
BY: Vir^ia B. Allen D, 
Clerit 
Barry Kantor 

706 PUsa (tee Bldr. 
Norfolk, Va. 

VBS May 12, 19, U Jane 
2 4t 



!iS'ii*5iA i DA ,mXi 
ORDER OF PITBUCAtlbN 
In the Cleit's Office of tint 
Clrcntt Qwt of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
lOtb day of May, 1976. 
Helen Uarte Henderson 
Sealey, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Donnie Ray Sealey, 
Defendant. 

The object of tUa suit 
is to obtain a divoree a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upcm the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit havlBC been 
made and flled that the de- 
fendant Is a non-resident 
of the Stete of Vir|^, 
the last known post Office 
address bdng: c/o Ptile- 
tier Ford, Hlf^way 17, 
South, HaysTiUe. Nwtii 
Carolina it is ordered that 
she do aj4)ear here vtthin 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
wbat may be necessary to 
protect her Interest ia iMs 
suit. 

A aw-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRES, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Clert. 

Glasser A Glasser 
504 PUsa One 
Norfolk, Viifinia 

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avlac 



ORDER OFPUBUCATK)N 

h the Clerk's Office <a 

the Circuit Court of Oe 

City of Virginia Beach, oo 

tbe 4th day «rf May, 1976 

Russell Lee Jowers, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sharon Anita Jowers, 

Defendant. 

The ol^ect of this sdt 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa rt thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, qiod 
the grounds of desertion on 
June 1, 1975. 

And an affidavit hav 
b«n made and AMI 
the defendant is a noa- 
residort of the Kate i^ 
VlrgtnU, the last Innm 
post office address bring : 
101 JialUm AvMue, Bu^^ 
trop, U. mm It U or- 
dered that ste do sipsar 
here within ten (10) days 
after Aw pdtlitttton here- 
of , and do what may be ne- 
cessary to |w«ted her in- 
terest In tUs srtt. 
A «ipy-teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRE^, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Alln V. 
Clerk 

J. Gerard Zoiqr 
One Main Plasa East 
Norfolk, TirgWa 23S10 

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4t 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 

hi the Cleric's Office of the 

Circuit Court el tte City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 19tb 

day (dM», 1976. 

Wtmi Joan Wtttman, 

Pteiitifl, 

against 

RMda Me«low Wtttman, 

Dtiteadari. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrimonii fftuB the said 
ietmOnA, ivon the grounds 
of deiertioo for a period 
ot more than one year. 
Am! an affidavit having been 
made and tiled that due diU- 

Senee hu been used by or 
) britaUof the Complainant 
to ascertain in which couhty 
or eorpoi^fam the Defen- 
daitt is. without effect, the 
last known post (^ce ad- 
dress being: SWK Pontiac 
Road, Virt inia Beacli,.:^^- 
ginia 2SM2 It is ordered 
Oat she do appear here 
witlrin ten(10)^ys after due 
pubUcatiw hereof, and do 
what may tie necessary to 
protect her interest In this 
sutt. 

A ennr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTOES8, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. AUen, 
Ctork. 

Alan B. Comess 
5266 E. Princess Anne Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS S/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of Uie 

Circuit Court of ttie City of 

Va. Beach. <n ttie 17th day 

of May, 1976. 

Louis Edward Taylor, 

PlainUff, 

against 

Beatrice P. TaylOr, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be sab- 
sequnUy merged into a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonU 
from the said defradant, 
upon the grounds of deser- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant Is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: P. 0. Box 
183, Manchester, Conn. 
06040 it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
f 10)days after due piddica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest hi this 
sutt. 

A COPY-tteStg: JOtel.lL^' 
FENTRESS. CLERK ' ' 
BY: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Clett. 

Kelberg ft ChUdress 
533 Newtown Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 22462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of Uie City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
ISth day ot May, 1976. 
Heini M. Firmbach, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Roswttta C. Firmbach, 
DelHidant. 

The ol^ect of this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a vin- 
culo amtrimoBll trom the 
said defendant, iq»n the 
grooMta of desertiim. 
And anaflhiavithaviagbe«i 
made and flled that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: IS Bridge 
Street, (HbertviUe, Massa- 
dnsetts it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
tn (10) days after due 
pabUcaUim hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect Ids interest in this 
rait. 

A copy -Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Clerk 

Wm F. Buraside 
996LasklaBd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

VBS-S/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9 



CmUL OF PUBUCATK)N 

IB the Cletk's Office Of the 

Cbuult Court of tte City 

la lUgU^ Beach, oo the 

2«h day of May, 1976. 

City of Virginia Beacb, 

Pallntitt, 

Malast 

■any A. Sbook, et.al. 



Tlw object ^ tUs s^ 
is to aeepire bf eondem- 
aatkm Uw fee riaple tiUe 
(tf tte prqNffty aad aase- 
mmut) imaSM in the 
PattiM for e^MdemntioB 
heritijw e UM, which 
im^ierty is omed by the 
MMdnts, mm* td which 
are briteved fay pattioner 
to be dscaaMd, aad tte 
aamM uA adfitnes erf 
tte other are mAanwa to 
tte peUttaser aad camut 
ba penonUy senrwi with 
procMS. 

Aad aaaffiiteTtthaviaKboaB 
■ode and filed IM tte de- 
foadut U bdltfwl to be 
daeiaMd aadJttitetlaown 
pMt ^Bm addnts is an- 
kaora tt is nitorad that 
3. Thoaus Braye do 19- 



pear here within (10) ten 
days alter due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to pn^ect bis 
fnterest la this s>ii» 
JOHN V. FPjrr^ESS 
CLi^K. 

By:BaitaraA.WaU(i,D.C. 
KeUam, PickreU aad Lat- 
ler 

1020 F ft M Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

VBS6/t,t,/9,a 



ORDER 
VKGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VQiGOnA BEACH 
ON THE 14tt DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

In re: AdO|Aion of an in- 
fant girl bom October 11, 

1975 in Columbus, Oblo 

IN CHANCERY 

C-75-1768 
This day came tte Pe- 
tiUoners, Jon PhUl^ MUls 
and Virginia Ann Mills, 
husband and wife, and re- 
inmented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of an in- 
fant girl bom October 11, 

1976 in Columbus Ohio, and 
affidavit having been made 
and flled that tte uiftnown 
father, a natural parent of 
saM child, Is a non- 
resident of tte State of 
Virginia, the last known 
iiost office address behig 
unknown, It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said un- 
known natural father ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
pubUcatioB of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward tte proposed adop- 
tion, or otterwise do wbat 
is wcessary to protect bis 
taiterest in this matter. 

A copy teste: J(dm V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: Virginia B. Allen DC. 
Couisel for PeUtioners 
Suite 525 Pembroke One 
Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

VBS 5/26, 8/2, 6/9, 6/16 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VrnGINU BEACH 

RONALD E. GARRICK, Ad- 

mhiistrator of tte Estate 

of WUUam Paul Garrlck, 

deceased, 

PlaintUf 

vs. 

mENE E. HOLT, 

Defendant. 

The object of a petitjfon 
pending in tte above action 
Is to obtain an Order ap- 
proving a compromise set- 
Uement of any claims for 
tte wrongful deattof plaln- 
Uff's decedent, WiUiam 
Paul Garrick, a deceased 
Itrfant, and directing dis- 
tribution by the Court of 
tte proceeds ttereof . 

And Affidavit having been 
made and fUed that Barbara 
Garrick, tte natural 
mother of said lafut de- 
cedoit, iriMwasnot surviv- 
ed by a spouse, chUdren 
or grandchUdren, and who 
was bom to Barbara Gar- 
rick and Ronald E. Gar- 
rick, is iK>t a resident of 
this SUte, it is. 

Ordered that tte said 
Barbara Garrick (to ap- 
pear within toi (10) days 
after due pubUcation (rfthls 
Order and do what is ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terests. 

It is further Ordered that 
tte plaintiff invsent his 
Petition and Order for 
compromise settlemoit of 
tte above entiUed cause 
to tte Court on tte 30th 
day of June, 1976 at 9:00 
o'clock a.m. 

It is l^irther Ordered that 
tte toregoii^ portion of 
this Order be poUlshed 
once a week for fota* con- 
secutive weeks in tte Vir- 
giida Beach Sun, a news- 
paper pnbUsbed in tte City 
of Virginia Beach, Virgin- 
ia aad havii« general cir- 
culation In the Tidewater, 
Virginia area. 
PRESTON, PRESTON, 
Wn^SON ft LAMBERT 
992 First Colonial Road 
Virgttia Beach, Virginia 
23454 

A Oitpf TeMe: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Doris S. Hale, D.C. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCA-nON 
IB tte Cleric's Office «rf tte 
CUiniit Court of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, cm tte2«h 
Iky of May, 1976. 
City (TVkgiBia Beach, 
Ptaiitfiif, 



V. B. ItadMu, Jr. et. al. 

m oUeet of ttU ndt 
is to acqoire ^coateBoa- 
tioB the fee da«ae ttUe 
of Ike pnqwrty and esM- 
mamrs) dascrttad in the 
P^B^ for Coadeamathm 
hwebtfore fUed, irticfa 
arep«ty is owaed I9 tte 
MMduta, aiNBeofwhkA 
art btiierad by fiw pet- 
ttoaer to be teceased. aad 
tN naaas aad addressM 
(rftte ottuv areukaowa 
to tte peltiaaer at tx»- 



not be personaUy served 
with process. 

And aaaffldavit having been 
made aad filed that tte de- 
f^dant is beUevcd to be 
dec»sed it is ordered that 
J. Thomas Braye do ap- 
pear here within tenflO) 
days after due pubUcation 
hereof, and do what may 
be necesnnr to protect his 
Interest in this suit. 
JOHN V. FENTR^S, 
qierk. 

By Bariura *. ".'aUs, D.C. 
Kellam, PickreU and Law- 
ler 

1021 F ft M Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of tte 

Clrcutt Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

lOtb day of May, 1976. 

Guy C. McFaddin, Jr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Brenda Joyce McFaddin, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one years 
separation without cohabi- 
tation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and flled that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the Sate of Virginia, 
tte hutt known post office 
address being: c/0 Ella 
Mae Beard, 39 17tb Street 
S. E., Trailer #14 Hick- 
ory, North Carolina 28601 
tt is ordered that she do 
antear here.'witbin ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
her interest in ttis suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: VUginia B. AUen D. 
Clerk 

Armand L. Levy, Atty. 
604 Plasa One Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

VBS-5/19, i/26, 6/2, 6/9 
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ORDER 
VtRGDOA: IN IHE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE lltt DAY OF MAY 
1976. ' 

Alans(^a(^r, anln^^ < 
fant under fourteen years 
of age, to be known as 
Keltt Alan CampbeU 
By: Johnnie Lanur Camp- 
beU and Joyce Dale Camp- 
beU Petitioners 
To: JoseiA iUrlS(±lacbter 
408 HeaUng Avenue 
Nortt Augusta, Soutt 
Carolina 29841 . ' 

In Chancery 

#C-76-662 
This day came Johnnie 
Lamar CampbeU and Joyce 
Dale CampbeU, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
tte object of this proceed- 
ing Is to effect the adop- 
Uon of tte above named 
infairt (s), Keith Alan 
Schlachter, by Johnnie La- 
mar CampbeU and Joyce 
Dale CampbeU, hustend 
and wife, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that Joseph Karl Schlach- 
ter, a natural parent of said 
diild(ren), is a non-resi- 
dent of the SUte of Vir- 
ginU. the last kaown post 
office address being: 408 
Mealing Avenue, Nortt Au- 
gusU, Soutt Caroltaa, 
29841 It Is tterefore Or- 
dered that tte said Jos- 
eph Karl Schlachter ap - 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
pubUcation of this Order 
and indicate his/her at- 
titwle toward the propos- 
ed adoptton, or otterwise 
do wbat is necessary to 
protect his Interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: J(dm V. 
Fei^ress, Clerk 
By: Virginia B. AUen d.c. 
Robert H. Bennett 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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« 

ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT (X)URT OF THE 

art OFvmGnoABEACH 

ON THE 21st DAY OF May 
1976. 

In re: Adoption irf lUMn 
Alisha Beddow and Shannon 
AU^Beddow^ 
TO BE NAMED: RcMn Al- 
isha White and atammi Al- 
isha Whtte 

By: '^(nus Michael White 
and (^oaadra Kay White 

&i Chancery 

•C 76-745 
To:WUludA.Beddow 
General DeUvery 
Akron, OH 443^ 

1%is day came Thomas 
Michael White aadCaasaa- 
dn Kay White, PetlttoMrs 
aad rq^resested th^ tte 
(H>ject of this proceeding 
is to effect tte addition 
of tte atove nmed iaful 
(s), RoUn AU^ Beddow 
aad aamoB AUdiaBedtow 
I7 TliMitts Micteel Whtte 
and Cassandra Kay Whtte, 
hustMuid ani wife, and af- 



fidavit bairtag beea mai^,,' 
and filed that WUlard A., 1 
Beddow, a Htoral pararts. 
Of said chUd(reo), U a o«H • 
resideirt of the St^t of; 
Virginia, the Ia« kaown. 
p(Mt (tfflce iMress bilttg:^ 
Gweral DeUvenr. AkroiH 
Ohio 44M9 tt is there -,r 
fore Ordered ttet tte said 1 
WUfaird A. Beddow appear-., 
before ttia<CQurt wtthinteo „ 
(10) days alter p^Ue^tkm., 
ot ttis Onter aad in^j^f (^ 
bister attfiade toward tte .,- 
I^i^osed adopltoB. or?' 
otterwise do what Is nets 
eessary to imitect bis in- ,; 
terest in this matter. i,{.<; 
A eopft teste: Jolm V^m, 
Fentress, CUrk uj 

By: Virginia B. AU«i D. Q,-, 
WUUam H, Colons, Jr. ^ 
1397 Laskin Road 
VlrglnU Beacb, Va. 
23451 I 

VBS 6/2, 6/9, 6/16, i/Vk- 

4t 

, .^, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION f 
In the Clerk's Office of ttei, 
Circuit Court of tte Cita of . , ; i 
Virginia Beacb, on ttenMh.^i 
day of May 1978. r j 

Ellsabett Jane Robinson 1^ 
Rowley, v 

Plaintiff, 

against ,,! 

James Rotert Rowley, Sr. ;, 
Defemtaurt ■( 

The object of this suit Ud 
to obUinadivorcea vincutow 
matrimonii from tte de-^ 
fendant, up(», tte grounds , 
of one year separation. 
And an affidavit teving been < 
made and fUed ttet tte de- ,. 
fendant is anon-residafltof 
tte ^te of Virginia, tte 
last known post office ad- C 
dress teing; NAVih 
COMMSTA, Key WesiFlo*« 
rida tt U ordered ttet te? 
do appear here within tea 
(10)(iay8 after due piMica- • 
tlon hereof, and do Wtetr 
may te necMsary to pro- ^ 
tect his interest In this sutt. . . 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V.^, 
FENTOESS, CLERK •! 

BY: Virginia B. Allen, 
Cleric 

Tidewater Legal Aid So- > 
ciety 

147 Granby Street, Office i 
350 
NorfoUc, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
li tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circull Court of tte Ctty 
of Virginia Beach, on tte 
12tt day of May, 1976. 
Patrick Wood Lecroy, 
PlakUff, 
agaiiut 
'l Bo»y Burt l,,ecroy,Jr/ 'f ',■ 
Defendant. 

The object of ttk sutt 
is to obtak a divorce fft>m 
bed and board from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of c(mtinons sep- 
aration In excraa <a one 



year. 

And an affidavit teviiv been 
made and filed ttet tte de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of tte SUte of Virgink, 
tte last known address k 
817 13th Street, Virgink 
Beach, Virgink but te no . 
tonger resides at tte said 
address, tt is ordered ttet 
te do appear tere withk . 
ten (10) days after due 
pubUcation hereof, and do 
wtet may te necessary to 
protect bis Interest k ads 
suit. 

A c(Hnr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTR^S, CLERK 
BY: V4rgink B. AUen D. 
Clerk 

Willcox, Savage et al 
Suite 1800 
Va. Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 
NorfoUc, Va. 

VBS-5/19, 5/26, t/2, 6/9 
4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In tte Clerk's OtRce of tte 

Cinmtt Court of tte Ctty 

of Va. Beach, on tte 13tt 

day of May, 1976. 

Margaret Ann Towne, 

Pkintur, 

against 

PbUlp WUUams Towne,Jr. 

Defendairt. 

Tte object of ttk sutt 
k to obtak a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonU from 
tte said d^endant, qmi 
tte grounds (rf constructive 
desertion. 

And an affldavtt teving been 
made and filed ttet the de- 
fendant is a noo-resideBt 
Of tte SUte of Virgink, 
tte last known poM office 
addms bring: 44 Connec- 
ticut Avenue, Natick, Mu- 
sachusetU tt is ordered 
ttet be do aRiear tere 
wlttk ten (10) days after 
due pdlUeanoo tereof , aad 
do wtet may te necessary 
to, protect his interest k 
ttkaatt. 

A c^-Terte: JOHN V. 
FEN'mESS, CLERK 
BY: Virgink B. AUa D. 
Clerk 

WUUam F. Barui^ 
KthfAiaM. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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♦ ____________ ■ 

ORDER 
VIRGINU; IN THE 
CLOtK'S (OFFICE OF THE 
CmCUI? COURT OF TBS 
CITY OF VIRGimA BEACH 
m THE 21st DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

k ra: AdopltoadLawreMe 
SchMoeider aad Joyce 
Marie SctamMer 
By: Ma S. Jones and 
Har^ R. Joaes. PoU- 



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tloners 

To: Marlain Main Schex - 
oeider 

13 Mtton Street 
Gr^na Louisiana 
. In Chancery 

-"■ #C-76-M2 

Tliis day came John S. 
JODCS and Marlene R. 
Jones, Petitioners, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect tlKadoi4ion of the above 
ntiMd infant(s), Lawc«ace 
Sdimelde.- and Jn"'" 
Marie SchexnelH. , "v 
John S. Jones and M«i ienc 
R. Jones, husband and wife 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that Mar- 
lain Main Scbexneider, a 
neural parent of said 
chlld(ren), is a non-resi- 
dent of the SUte of Virgin- 
ia, the last Icnown post of- 
fice address being: 13 Ma- 
son Street, Gretna, Louis- 
ialna. it Is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Mar- 
lain Main Schezneider ap- 
pear before thlsCourt with- 
in ten (10) <tays after pub- 
lication of this Order and 
indicate his/her attitude 
toward the proposed ad- 
option, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 

A eapj teste: John V. 
F«itress, Clerk 
By: VirgiBia B. Allen DC. 
WillUm F: Balnside p.q. 
P. 0. Box 1062 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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(MtDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Viitima Beach, on 
the Srd day of May, 1976. 
Virginia Ann Eason Cole- 
man, 
Plaintiff, 
aninst 

^(toey Paul Coleman, 
Defeadant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been nude and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
address lieing: 
Lot 3 -62430 Locust Road, 
SouthbeDd Indian it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication bere- 
. of, and do what may be ne- 
''feessary to prote^ his in-, 
terest iff this sidr. ' 
A conr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTOESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerfc 

Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
ciety 

147 Gnuby Street, Office 
350 
Norfolk, Virginia 

VBS 5/12. 5/19, 5/26, 6/2 
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Wilson, III and Wilton Eu- 
gene Wilson, by David Eu- 
gene McReynolds and Con- 
nie Thomi^ins McReynolds 
hustmnd and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that James Mos- 
es Wilson, Jr., a natural 
parent of said child(ren), 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being; c/o Mrs. Lee Sha- 
fer, Route II, Lometa, 
Texas 76S53 It is there- 
fore Ordered that the said 
James Moses Wilson, Jr. 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her at - 
titude toward tne pro - 
posed adoi^ion, or other- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 

A copy teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D.C. 
Edward T. Caton 
P.O. Box 42 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th 
day of May, 1976. 
Hope Smith Hardy 

Hope Smith Hardy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

lilli^el Jay Hardy, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Manhein, Ger- 
many it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten(10)days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Interest in this suit. 
ACOPY-TESTE; JOHNV. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BT: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Clerk, 
t 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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OXDtift OF PUBIfpATI^ 

In the curie's (mtie' Of Ae 

Circuit CouH of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

10th day of May, 1976. 

Dennis John Turner, 

PUintiff, 

against 

Patricia Elaine Bailey 

Turner, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (Atain a divorce a 
mensa et tboro to be later 
merged Into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And anaffi&vit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant Is a non-resident 

of the SUte of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
a<kiress being: Pott Of - 
flee Box tm$. Fayette- 
vllle. North Carolina it is 
ordered that she do aK>ear 
here within ten flO) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest In this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Clark, Hofheimer ft Slant 
211 Pembroke Three Bldg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 
By: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Cleit 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

CITY of VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE IITH DAY OF 
MAY, 1976. 

In re: Adoption of James 
Hoses Wilson, HI and Wil- 
ton Eugene Wilson 
By: David Eugene and 
Connie Tbompkins 
McReynolds, Petitioners 
To: James Moses Wilson 
Jr. c/o Mrs. Lee Shafer 
r ,^Mite #1 Lometa, Texas 
TUSS 

In Chancery 

C76-664 
This day came David Eu- 
gene McReynolds and Con- 
nie Thompkbis McReynolds 
Petitioners, andr^resen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption ofthe above named 
infant (s), James Moses 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will told a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 8, 1976, at 12:00 Noon, 
in the Council Chambers of the Administration BidUing, 
Princess Anne Conrthouse, Virginia Beach, Virgima. 
The following applications will appear on the agento: 
REFE8BED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
CITY COUNCIIrf)N MAY 10, 1976: 
1. Petttion d He Breeden Company, Inc., for a ChM«e 
of Zoning District Classlfi<ati(m from R-5 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District (modified from B-2 
Mstrict) <m certain pri^ierty located at the Nortlwe^ 
tatei^ctton of Trevor Road and Old Great Neck Road, 
roiniH a distonce of 301.19 feet aloi« the North side 
of Trevw Road, running a distance of 640 feet more or 
less alng the Western property line, nmnlfcg a di^ance 
of U Mfeet alo^ tbe Northern property line and run- 
ii )M a lU^Bce of 690 fed more or less alo^ the West 
idde of OW Great Neck Road, aid parcel conUlns 2 
aeru more or less (modified from 6 acres more or 

KP^^ Trace Areal LH«H*X^„^SH°rSi 
DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION ON 
APfiTT IS 1976* 

2 Peliticm of the City of Virginia Beach Development 
Authority for a Change of Zoal-^. ^strict ClaMmca- 
tl* from 0-1 Offlce District to B-20)mmunity»Jslness 
IHstrict on certain property beginning at a point 1045.21 
fed North of the Intersection of Old &Mth Lynnhavea 
iJtoad and Lyimhav» Parkway running a distance of 
^1 fett along the East side of Old South Lynnhaven 
Itotd, fwiing a distance M 2371.79 feet along the Ni>rtb- 
em property line, runnli^ a distance of 2251.86 feet 
alo% the West side of Lynnhaven Parkway and running 
a distance of 1459.02 feet aloi« the Southern prqwrty 
Um. Said |»rcel contains U.m acres. (Oceaea West 
ladu«rtal Parte Area). PRINCES ANNE KHK3VGH. 
8. MtttUw of the City of Virginta Bwch Developmert 
A«t)eritr iOr a ChaMe of Z<»lng District CUsMflca- 
tlOB tnm 0-1 Office Ustrict to B-2 Community Busi- 
am Wftrtrt m certain wi^rty beginnl^ at a polit 
31M.S1 teal North of the Mersectlon of OM »nitb 
LlMhtiwi a»d and Lyaihavwi Parttway, "nniiK a dis- 
tuet of MM feet atonf the East side of Old &i^ 
LyM»t— Kond. rawiv l dii^aace of 2653.89 feet 
the Northern iar<^rty line, rurniii* a distance 



of 864.09 feet along the West side of Lynnhaven Park- 
way and running a distance of 2371.79 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel cojitalns 49.290 
acres. (Oceana West Industrial Park Area). PRIN- 
CESS ANNE AND LYNNHAVEN BOROUGHS. 

4. Application of Walter Cason Barco for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a marina on certain prc^rty located 
at the Southeast corner of Mediterranean Avenue and 
Greensboro Avenue running a distance of 90 feet along 
the South side of Greensboro Avenue, running a distance 
of 155 feet more or less along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance 'of 130 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line and running a distance of 
144.5 feet along the Western property line. Said par- 
cel is known as Lots 1,2 and Western half of Lot 3, 
Block 18,' Shadowlawn Heights. (Shadowlawn Heights 
Area). VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED INDEFINIELY AT THE REQUEST OF AP- 
PLICANT ON FEBRUARY 11, 1975: 

5. Application of Colonial Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
continuance, closure and abandonment of a portion of 
28th Street beginning at the Western boundary of Arc- 
tic Avenue and extending in a Westerly direction to the 
Eastern boundary of Baltic Avenue (Holly Road). Said 
street is 60 feet in width and contains 29.000 square 

feet more or less as shown on Map of Central Park, 
Inc. Plats with more detailed information are avail- 
able in the Dqiartment of Planning. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Colonial Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
continuance, closure and abandonment of an unnamed 
20 foot alley or lane beginning at a point 140 feet South 

of the Southwest Intersection of 29tb Street and Arctic 
Avenue and running in a Westerly direction to the East- 
ern boundary of Holly Road (Baltic Avenue). Said lane 
contains 7,800 square feet more or less as shown on 
Map of Central Park, Inc. Plats with more detailed 
information are available In the Department of Planning. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

7. Pdition of Lakeside Construction Corporation for a 
Change of Zonli« District Classification from A-1 
Apartment District to B-1 Business Residential District 
on certain property located at the Northwest corner of 
Lord Dunmore Drive and Providence Road, running a 
distance of 500 feet along the North side of Providence 
Road, running a distance of 200 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 500 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 200 
feet along the West side of Lord Dunmore Drive. 
Said parcel contains 2.29 acres more or less. KEMS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

8. Petition of Youi% Women's Christian Association of 
the Tidewater Area of Virginia for a Change of Zonli« 
District Classification from R-8 Residential District 
to B-4 Resort Commercial District on certain property 
located at ^tbe Southwest comer of Shore Drive and 
Starfish Koid, running a distance of 300 feet along the 
South side of Shore Drive, running a distance of 170 
feet along the Western property line, running a dis- 
tance of 300 feet along tbe Southern property line 
and running a distance of 170 feet along the West side 
of Starfish Road. Said parcel contains 1.16 acres more 
or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

9. Petition of Bennett H. and Aleathia H. Hooks for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 ' 
Residential District to B-2 Community Business Dis- 
trict on certain property located on the West side of 
Kemps viUe Road beginning at a point 2217.6 feet South- 
west of Centerville Turqilke, running a distance of 
521.03 feet along the Eastern property line of which 
30.9 is the West side of Kempsville Road, running a 
distance of 2091 feet along the Southern property line, 
rumitng a distance of 541.60 feet along the Western 
pnq>erly line and running a distance of 2221.10 feet 
along the Northern property line. Said property is Ir- 

ntdar in '^.•|S,,«»»^ JAjJoI'^PM^'**:^^ ^ 
ComerArea);raMPSTlLLE BOROUGH. -1 t p'-nTi'T^ 

10. P^ttion of 3(M D. Mitchell and N.P. Simpson, 
m, for a Change of Zoning District Classification from 
A-1 Apartment District to B-4 Resort Commercial 
District on certain pr(q>erty located on the North side 
of 16th Street beginning at a point 150 feet East of 
Arctic Avenue, running a distance of 100 feet along 
the North side of leth Street, runnii« a distance of 140 
feet along tbe Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 100 t^ along the Northern property line and running 
a distance of 140 feet along the Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 14,000 square feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

11. Petition of Bayshore Devel(q)ment Corporation for 
a Change of Zontaig District Classification from AG- 1 
Agricuttural District to R-3 Residential District on 
certain property located on the East side of Oceana 
Boidevard beginking at a point 1,670 feet more or less 
North <rf London firidge Road, running a distance of 
4M feet more or less along the East side of Oceana 
Boulevard, naming a distance of 203.60 feet along the 
Norttwra property line, runniiK a distance of 541 
feet alMg the Eastern property Une and running a dis- 
tance of ^ feet more or less along the Southern 
prvpertv line. SM parcel contains 2.4S acres more 
or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

12. Petttlon of The Lakes, Inc., for a Change of Zon- 
ii« District ClusificaUon from A-1 Apartment Dis- 
trict to R-6 Residential District on certwin pn^rty 
located at the Southwest intersection of Stooeshore 
Road and Riverbend Road running a distance of 447 
feet more ot less along the West side of Riverbend 
Road, running a distance of 312 feet more or Iras along 
the Sootbem property line, running in a NorUiwesterly 
direction a distance of 495.90 feet, running in a North- 
erly diraction a distance of 89.44 feet and running a dis- 
tance of 599.48 feet more or less along the South side 
of Stoneshore Road. Said parcel contains 5.4 acres 
more or less. PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 
C»NIMTIOHAL USE PERMIT: 

13. Application of Donavon E. Bonney for a Conditional 
Use Permit tor an automoldle service station on cer- 
tain property located at the Southeast intersection <a 
Princess Anne Road and Mill Landing Road, miming 
a dirtance of 171.4 feet akng the South side of Mill 
Landing R(»d, running a distance of 178.71 feet along 
tiie Eastern pr(q>erty line, running a distance of 165.7 
feet along the ^utheni pn^rty line and running a dis- 
tance of 200 feet along the East side of Princess Anne 
Road. Said parcel contains 31,915 square feet more or 
less. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

14 Apidication of Kathy Lassiter, et al, for a Conditional 
Use Knnit to operate a temporary parking lot on cer- 
tain Mtmerty located on the East side of Atlantic 
Avemie b«gliuiii« at a point 100 feet North of 4th Street, 
rmm^ a distance of 150 feet along the Southern pro- 
perty line, running a disUnce of 100 feet along the 
EaMem property line, running a distance of 150 feet 
al<Hig the Northern prt^rty line, and running a dis- 
tance of 100 feet along the East side of Atlantic Avenue. 
SaM parcel cfflAains 15,000 square feet. Plats with more 
detailed Information are available in the Department 
of Planning. VIRGINU BEACH BOROUGH. 

15 Apidication of M.F. Asplnwall for a Ccmdltioial 
Use Pwpit tor self-service storage facility (minl- 
war^ouse) on certain property located on the North 
■Id* of Witchdvck Road banning at a point 265.97 
n«t West of Ferry Plantation Road, ninnihg Tdistance 
of n8 98 feet along the Southern pnqwrty Uk of which 
Ui.U fed is the North side of Witchitack Rmd, run- 
aln a distance of 640.95 feet alcmg the Western prqwrty 
liM, r«Uiii« a distance of 625.10 feet aloi« tbe North- 
ern prt^erty line and running a distance of 530 feet 
ttoog tte Eastern pn^rty line. Said parcel contains 
in aci«s. (Aragou Village Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

16 AppHcatloi ol VUUam H. and Rachel S. PaUdte, 
m, for a CmdiUottl Use Permit for two dqdexes on 
<»rtain {Hvperty kxated at the Northnst comer of 
Cy^«u Avww and Lake Drive, numli% a distance of 
110 fad al(»g tte East side of Cypress Av^oe, running 
a dtdsMC <^ 100 feet along tte Norttem intiperty 
Unt, nmring a didance of 110 feet along Oe Eaxtem 
^t^erty line and running a distance of 100 feet along 
tte North sUe et Lake Drira. aid par^ eodaias 
11,000 iOnr« feet. VKGINU BEACH BOROUGH. 

1? ApiUc^tM <a Mun^y Oil CorporatiiHi for a Coo- 
dttlonal Use Pcrmtt for a self-service autom«»ile ser- 



vice station on certain property located at the North- 
east l^ersection of Diamond Sprites Road and Bay- 
side Road, running a distance of 200 feet more or less 
along tbe East side of Diamond Springs Road, running 
a distance of 125 feet alo^ the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 240 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line and running a distance (rf 
135 feet more or less along the North side of Bay- 
side Road. Said parcel contains .68 acre more or less. 
(Gardenwood Park Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
STREET CLOSURE: 

18. Application of John X. Aragona for the discontin- 
uance, closure and abandonment of a portion of South 
Lynnhaven Road beginning at the Northeast intersec- 
tion of South Lynnhaven Road and South Lynnhaven Park- 
way, running a distance of 472 feet more or less along 
tbe East side of South Lynnhaven Road, running a dis- 
tance of 30 feet more or less along the Northern pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 460 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property line and running a dis- 
tance of 97 feet more or less along the North side of 
South Lynnhaven Parkway. Said parcel contains 0.519 
acre more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information on the above ap- 
plications are available in the befnrtment of Planniiiig. 

All interested persons are invited to attend/ 
Rotert J. Scott 
Director of Planning 

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Virginia Beach Sun, June 2, 1976 - B-5 

fendant is a non-resident of the State of Virginia, he 
is hereby required to af^ear within ten days after due 
publication hereof and to do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest. It is ordered that this Order 
te publiihed once a week for four successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, a newsjiSiper having general 
circulation in this city. 
1 ask for this: 
Charles W. Hawks, Jr. p.q. 



Charles W. Hawks, Jr. 
Hawks t Hawks 
P:0 Boz396 
Portsmouth, Virginia 23705 



.VBS-5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 4t 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
Virginia: 

Tbe regular meeting of the Council of tte City of 
Virginia Beach will te teid in the Council Chamtera 
of m Administntion Building, City Hall, Princess 
Anne Station, Virginta Beach, Virginta, On Monday, Jnne 
21, 1976, at 2:00 P.M., at which time tte following 
applications will te heard: 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

1. Petition of Fine and Salzterg, Inc., for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from 0-1 Office Dis- 
trict to I-l Light Industrial District on certain pro- 
perty located on the North, side (tf Virginta Beach- 
Norfolk Expressway beginning at a point 1,770 fed 
more or less West of South Witcbduck Road, ranning 
in a Northwesterly direction a distance of 1,560 fed 
more or less along the North side of Virginta Beach- 
Norfolk Expressway, running around a curve in a South- 
easterly direction a distance of 1,050 fed more or less, 
running in a Nortterly direction a distance of 660 
fed more or less and running in a Soutterly direction 
a distance of 1,280 feet more or less. Said parcel is 
irregutar in shape and contains 12.27 acres more or 
less. Plats with more detailed information are avail- 
able in the Department of Planning. (Clear Acres Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

2. Petition of Statewide Stations, Inc., tor a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from R-5 Residenttal 
District to B-2 Community Bustaess District on cer- 
tain property located on tbe East side of Little Neck 
Road beginning at a point 535 feet more or less North 
of the intersection of Little Neck Road and Kings 
Grant Road, running a distance of 185 fed more or less 
along the East side of Little Neck Road, runnings 
distance of 239.65 fed along the Northem property 
line, running a distance of 132.51 fed along the East- 
em property line and running a distance of 224 fed 
more or less along the Southern property line. Said 
parcel contains .86 acre. (Groveland Park Area).LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Pditlon by resolution of the Council of the City ot 
Virginta Beach for a Change of Zoning District Clas- 
■tflcctton Horn AG-1 Acrtcultiiral DlstarUit to l-l U^Kt 
Indnstrtel Dtstriet oir certain pn^rty beginning at a 
point 1«383 fed more or less Soutk of Adventure Trail 
and 919 fed more or less Wed of London Bridge 
Road, running a distance of 390 ftet more or less along 
the Eastern property line, running a distnMe of 257.88 
fed along tbe Northem pn^rty line, ranning a dis- 
tance of 371.80 feet along the Western property line and 
running a dtatance of 310 fed more or less along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel is known as Parcel 
Y, Resub({Mslon of Lot 12 and Subdivtaton of Lot 13, 
London Bridge Gardens and contains 2.5 acres more or 
less. (No^ngham Estates Area). LYNNHAVEN tO^- 
OUGH. 

KEMPSVOJLE BOROUGH: 

CHANGE @F ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA-nON: 

4. Petition of OceansMe Enterprises, Incorporated, for 
a Change of Zoning District CUssification fh>m R-4 
Residential District to B-2 Community Easiness Dta- 
trict on iMrtain property located on tte Ead side of 
KenqeviUe Road beginning at a point 311.28 fed NorUi 
of Indtan River Road, running a distance of 211.12 
fed along the East side of Kempsville Road, nmning 
a distance of 354.40 fed atong the Northern property 
line, nmning a distance of 206.77 fed along tte Eadem 
property line and running a distance of 329.02 fed 
along the Southern property line. Said property contains 
1.624 aceen. (Bomiey's Comer Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 
(X)NDITIC»iAL USE PERMIT: 

5. Application of New Covraant Presbyterian Church fOr 
a Conditional Use Permit to condmd a diurch on cer- 
tain property looited on the East side of Kempsville 
Road beglinilng at a point 194 feet more or less North 
of Stewart Drive, running a distance of 200 fed along 
the East side of Kempsville Road, running a dtatance 
of 700 fed along the Norttem property line, running 
a distance of 200 fed along tte Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 700 fed along the Southem 
property Une. Said parcel contains 3 acres. (Lake 
Christopher-Country Haven Areas). KEMI^VILLEBCm- 
OUGH. 

6. Application of Messiah Lutheran Church for a Con- 
ditional Use Permit to constmct a church on certain 
property located on the North side of Holland Road 
beginning at a point 1,550 fed more or less West of 
Windsor (kks Boulevard, running a distance of 362.88 
fed along tte North side of Holland Road, running 
a distance of 289.21 fed along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 372.16 fed alcmg the Norttem 
property line and running a distance of 436.71 fed 
along the Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 
2.991 acres, nvindsor Cteks West-Timterlake Areas). 
KEMPSVa,LE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENTS: 

7. Resolution of the Council of tbe City of Virginta 
Beach to amend and reordata Article 1, Sectton HI, 
Definttlons, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to Automobile Service Stations. Itere detailed 
information ta available in the Department of Planning. 

8. Resolution of the CoimcU of the City ofVirgtata 
Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, Part C, Sec- 
tion 224, of tte Comprehensive Zonii^ Ordinance per- 
taining to Aatomd>ile Sendee Stations. More detailed 
informatim is avaitable in the Department at Planning. 
Richard J. Webboa 

City Clerk 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CffiCtirT COURT OF THE wITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 30TH DAY OF APRIL, 1976 
J(»EFINA UDO (MTll BERGANTINOS 
Comptainaat • 

moSDkDO B^GANTINOS, A Non-rMidnl ot tte State 
of Virginta whose tast known aMrras was 25 Mmmtain 
Ave., North Stony Creek, (Marion Canda 
Defendad 

IN OIANCERY DOCKET NO. 

C-76-422 
ORDES OF PUBLICA'nON 
The diject <rf tkU suit ta tor tte (XMnptainairt to ob- 
tain from tte Defendad a divorce a vim^o matrimoBii 
on the gnmnds of one year sqiaratKm between tte par- 
ties, and attldavtt tevtag bea nuufe tint tte nid de- 



^ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginta: 

Tte regutar meding of the Council of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach will te held in the Council Chamters of 
tte Admtaidration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginta Beach, Virginia, on Monday, June 14, 
1976, at 2:00 P.M., at which time the following applica- 
tions will te heard: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

1. Pdttion of Edward V. Ftanagan for a Change of 
Zoning Dtatrict Classification from R-6 Residential 
Distrid to A-1 Apartment District on certain pro- 
perty located on tte South side of 24tb Street begta- 
ning at a point 440 feet East of Barterton Drive run- 
ning a dtatance of 215 feet along the South side of 
24th Street, running a distance of 126.02 feet aloi% the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 230.98 
fed along the Southem property line and running a dta- 
tance of 125 feet along the Western property line. 
Said parcel ta known as Lots 17 through 22, Block 10, 
Woodtand, and contains .64 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

2. Pditlon of the City of Virginta Beach Develop- 
med Authority for a Change of Zoning District Ctas- 
sificatton from 0-1 Office District to B-2 Community 
Business Dtatrict on certain property beginning at a 
poid 3106.21 feet North of the intersection of Old 
South Lymduven Road and I^nmhaven Parkway, run- 
ning a distance of 914.48 fed along tte East side of 
Old Sodh Lynnteven Road, running a distance of 2653.89 
fed along the Northem pn^rty Itae, running a dis- 
tance of 864.09 feet along the West side of Lynnteven 
Parkway and running a distance of 2371.79 feet along 
the Southern property line. Said parcel contains 49.290 
acres. (Oceana Wed Indudrtal Park Area). PRIN- 
CESS ANNE AND LYNNHAVEN BOROUGHS. 
raWCESS ANNS BOROUGH: 

3. Pdttion of tbe Ctty of Virginta Beach Developmed 
Autterity tor a Change of Zoning District Ctassifica- 
tlon from 0-1 Office District to B-2 Community Busi- 
ness Distrid on certata property beginning at a potat 
1045.21 fed North of the intersection of Old South 
Lynnteven Road and Lynnhaven Parkway running a 
distance of 2061 fed along the East side of Old South 
Lynnteven Road, running a distance of 2371.79 feet 
along the Northern property line, mnning a distance 
of 2251.86 feet along tbe West side of Lymduven Park- 
way and running a distance of 1459.02 feet along the 
Southem pn^rty Itae. Said parcel contains 98.606 
acres. (Oceana Wed Indudrial Park Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

4. Petition of Bmce B. MiUs and Louise Hankins for 
a Change of Zoning District Ctassification from A-1 
Apartmed Didrict to 0-1 Office Didrict on certata 
pnqwrty located at the Northead intersection of Rose- 
mod Road and Bancroft Road (formerly 28th Stred), 
Ttadng a distance of 100 fed along tte East sideot 
Koseaiod Boad, nimilng & dtatance ot ISO fed along 
tte Northern property line, running a distance of 100 
ted along the Eadem property line, and running a 
distance of 125 fed along the North side of Bancroft 
Road. Said parcel ta known as Lots 1-4, 23 and 24, 
BSotk 41, Ptat of Pecan Gardens. Pwts with more de- 
tailed information are avaitable ta the Department of 
Planning. (Pecan Gardens Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

5. Pditlon of Pauta L. Collins for a Ctenge of Zoning 
Distrid Classificatton from A-1 Apartmed Didrict to 
0-1 Ottlce District on certain property located at the 
Sodhead idersedion of Rosemod Road and Bancroft 
Road (formerly 28th Stred), running a distance of 125 
fed along the Ead side of Rosemont Road, running a 
<8ntance of 200 feet along the South side of Bancroft 
Road, running a distance of 88 fed more or less along 
tte Eadem prq>erty Une and numing a didance of 200 
fed more or less along the Southem property Une. 
Said parcel ta known as Lots 23-26, 52 and 53, Block 
14, put (d Pecan Gard«is. Ptats with more detailed 
information are avaitable ta the Department of Planning. 

gecan Gardens Area). PRINCESS AlfNE BOROUGH. 
LYSIDE BOROUGH: 
C(»(IHtK)NAL USE PERMIT: 

6. Application of M. F. AspinwaU for a Conditional 
Use Permft for self-service storage facility (mini- 
varahouse) on certata property located on the North 
side of Witcbduck Road beginning at a potat 265.97 
ftet Wed of Ferry Plantation Road, mnning a distance 
of 508.98 fed along the Southem property Une of 
which 223.98 fed is the North side of Witcbduck Road, 
running a distance of 640.95 feet along the Wedem 
property Une, running a distance of 625.10 fed along 
tiw Northern property Itae and running a distance of 
530 fed along the Eadem property Une. Said parcel 
contatas 4.79 acres. (Aragona VUlage Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

7. Petition of Alfred M. Mason tor a Change of Zoning 
Dtdrid CtassUicaUon from R-8 Residenttal District to 
1-2 Heavy Indudrial Dtatrld on certain property loca- 
ted on the North side of Bonney Road beginning at a 
poid 460 fed Wed of South Gum Avenue, mnning a dta- 
tance of 60.11 feet along the North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 912.27 feet ta a Northwesterly 
direction, running a dtatance of 20 fed tlong the North- 
era pnqwrty Une, running a distance of 824.80 fed 
ta a Sodhn^erly diredicm, and running a dtatance of 
391.08 fed along the Eadem prqiwrty Itae. Said parcel 
ta irregutar ta stepe and contains 2.26 acres. (Ttelta 
VUtage Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
CONInTlONAL USE PERMIT: 

8. i^ipUcation of Alfred M. Mason for a Conditional 
Use Permtt for a bulk storage yard on certata innperty 
located on tbe North side of Bonmy Road begindng at 
a poid 466 fed Wed of Sodli G«m Avmm, mnning a 
distance of 60.11 fed akmg tte Itoth side td Bowey 
Road, running a distance at 912.23 led ta t North- 
westerly direction, running a distance of 10 fed akMg 
tte Norttem property Une, running a distance of tUM 
fed ta a Southnsterly direction, and rw^ a ^stance 
of 391.08 fed aloi« tte Eadem property Une. aid 
parcel ta irregular ta shape and cortaiita 2.11 acres. 
m»M ViUi«e Area). KEMPSVILLE BOBOOCSL 
AMENDMENTS: , ^^ ^„ , 

9. Mdion of the Planning Commission of tte Ctty of 
Virginta Beach to amend and reordata Articte 2 (tf tte 
Comprdiensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to Signs. 
More detaUed informatton Is available ta the Depert- 
med of Planning. 

10. Motfon of the Planning Commission of tbe City of 
Vlrgiata B^ch to amend and reordain Article 9 (rf tte 
0>m{M-ehensive Zoning Ordinance pertainii^ to Sign 
Begntatkms in tae B-2 Commuiity Bustaess District 
tad tte B-3 Cedral Business Dtatrict. More detaUed 
tntoraatitm ta availalAe ta tbe Department of Planning. 

11. Motion of tbe PUuUng Commtasion of tbe Ctty of 
Virfinta Beach to amend and reordain Article 7, Sec- 
tion mis (a), of the ComprdiMSive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to Sign Regntatiims. Mom detaUed Informa- 
tton is avaUable ta Uie Dqurtment of Planning. 
Ricterd J. Welrfxm 

aty Clerk 

VBS-5/26, 6/2 - 2t 



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newspapers s«ll. rent, find and Inform with classified ads. 
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your FREE BEE! 



4 KITTENS h Mama. Bra- 
uttful persiaii type. 6 weeks 
old. Call 4(2- 1024 after 
6:30 pm. 



a YEAR OLD-95% Dalma- 
tloo, male. Name Is Sam. 
Good with children! Needs 
a good home. CALL 484- 

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ENGLISH pointer - dog - 
bUck k white, male-lyr. 
old - Swe^ - 4 kittens - 2 
gray • 1 gold - 1 Calico 
Give away. Call 424-4252. 



BLACK male cat-1 year 
old- house brokm - ^ve 
away. Call 4l2-244(. 



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WANTED: Qoaltfled At - 
torney to work with ma- 
ture man on wA. M-tS 
(2) Am wllUui to woit 
hard and remuierate at- 
torney for services. Call 
482-2882 or 488-1461 or 
write Box 1SS41, Chesa - 
peake, Va. 23320. 



1 - Trucks - Tralitrs - Jsif 



FORD VAN-mS-85l-V», 
adomttlc transmlsidoB, 
power brakes, eortoai, 
captetns chairs . AH-PM- 
• track, Cragar wheels, 
customised with built la ice 
box ud It fDtt pressor* 
water syttesi win canp- 
Inc h«A.uM. Teak wood 
trim. 14,990.00 CALL 
481-8542 



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word. Your ad will run In the Chesapeake Post, the Virginia 
Beach Sun and Tidewater Life. 

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HOMETOWN NEWSPAPERS 
^LL^ Here's why: Th« reader 
of the hometown weekly paper 
has more time to pertiM each 
copy, because the newspaper 
is umially smaller, less ero- 
ded and with edHorial contmt 
that is alive with local events 
that involve the raadar. Thia 
provides a cteptti qf readership 
that i&wn the classif ie<|adver- 
tiser in iMHnetawn newspapers. 
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^Un s why HdiPWOWB aciii|itptti $u ttni wBli idqi bmiml 

JFOUGI DCuSVC ia BMSL AdVCItiaaS ^Ctt IfS U m 



Loving Cat tree to loTing 
home. Less than 1 year 
old. Good with children. 
Call 428-501S after 6:pn 



4 FLUFFY UtUe kittens 
are waiting for a loving 
new owner. Call M7-MS2 
•nytlnie. 



3 KITTEMS - Churchland 
area. 6 weeks old. Onegold 
and two tabby. Call 4M- 

•nn. 



KITTENS - Cute, hedthr, 
sad FREE CALL 429-6997 



EIPERIENCED contractor 
offers his skills as a 
bnlTder be^iihg senior cfti- 
scos in Chesapeake inter- 
ested in learning house nf- 
■DOdellng, home main- 
tenance and repairs, (2) 
evealngs a week and some 
Saturdays. CALL 541-1648 



PUPnES - 2 Male and 2 
Female. Great Bridgearea. 
CaU M7-2606. 



3 CAUCO ktttens need a 
good home. Call after 5 
pm M4-499S. 



FEMALE poodle, 4 years 
oM. Cbarcod with white 
stripe in diest. 486 - SS41 



XITTEMS-Iree to a good 
home. Two black h one 
grty and blade. 426-7319. 



SEVERAL grows cats, all 
neotored. Free to a good 
home Churchland Call 
anyUme 484-5489. 



milTE Persian cat. Or- 
ange eyes. Declawed and 
spayed. Free to a good 
borne. Call 421-3609. 



PUPPIES - Part German 
Shepherd. 6 weeks old. 
Hale and female. CALL 
462-3410 after 5 p.m. 



PART COLLIE Pupples.'S 
Females. Free to a good 
home. CALL 482-3861. 



PERSIAN cat - gray free, 
call 42««0100. 



2 yr. Old Gray t White 
female eat. Good mouser. 
CALL 421-9567 



CAMPER SHELL 

8 ft. bed track - home made 
has Iteht door with win- 
dow. Heeds pahit job. Give 
away. Call 543-5492. 



PUPPIES-Free to any one 
who will love them as much 
as we do. 6 week's old. 
Call W7-3360 after 6 p.m. 



KITTENS-Free to a good 
boem. Gray t white and 
black a white. Male a fe- 
male. CALL 421-9567. 



CAT-TABBT-PER8IAN r 
YeUot a White, male, 4 
veers old. Needs a good 
home with no chUdren.Call 
463-0744. 



3 KITTENS eate-7 weeks 
old-Great Bridge area. 
Call 482-2028. 



8 KlTTENS-7 weeks old. 
Male and female, 3 are 
part siameaae. CALL 583- 
1481 (lor Terry Hembrou- 
gh, 226 Dominion Ave., 
Norfolk, Va.) 



KITTENS-Adorable. 7 
weeks old. JolUfRoadarea.. 
CALL 4S8-706S (for Mrs. 
Simmons) 



GERMAN Shmherd 9 month 
Female aU Oots. Free to 
a good home 484-9218 any- 
time. 



LOVABLE kittens Free to 
a good home. CaU M3- 
3981. 



Free 7 mo. old puppy. 
Needs good home with 
young children. Should 
have fenced yard. Super- 
frisky mutt. Call 486-3430 
during working hours. 



BLACK a WHITE male 
cat. One year old and good 
with children. CaU a6- 
0014. 



I (with this coupon) | 

!$t.00 FREE merchandise I 

■to anyone never in the ! 

' I store b^re. The Heritage I 

I aore, 317 LaskinRd., Vlr- I 

Sginla Beach, Va. I 

Heatth Food, Metaphysical | 
I book, Edgar Casey items | 



How to write your classified ad: 

1. Place a fair price on your unwanted Item. 

2. Describe the advantage your item may offer. 

3. Write your ad two or three times until It Is 
brief and easy to understand 

4. Be sure to include your phone number. 

5. Fill in the coupon above and mall it In, 
or call 547-457 1 or 486-3430 



nm AuowMCis 

HUGE DISCOUNTS 
nnfm mam at 

DICK KEATLEY 

UNCOM MnCURY 
1976 MONARCH 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. POWER 
STURING, TINTH) OUSS, RADIAL TKES 
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2 - Special Notices 



REDUCE safe a fast with 
GoBese Tableta a E-Vap 
"water piUs" Great 
Bridge Pharmacy. 



Invitie a down' to your next 
birthday, picnic, or pro- 
motion. Claims available 
to^ aU occaaloBs. CaU 
Clowns a Santas, 587 - 
3697. 



LITTLE Leaguers, chur- 
ches, organisations 

looking for tund-raiacrs? 
Call us. High profit, ex- 
cellent variety, some tt- 
ems suitable for Father's 
Day. 484-5640. 



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bnads, new aadnsed. Free 
eatalofi and Information. 
ImmecUate deUvery. Es • 
sestial lastrwneats, 10453 
A Medina Rd. Ridunond 
Va. 2323S. 



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PARROT-Creeo. Hatr any 
squawkiiv outside at day 
break? It may be my par- 
rot. He's grecB with red 
q)0t on ftyrdiead. Lost (a 
Great Bridge area. Call 
492-3041 



6 - AutoaiaUles lor Sale 



CATCH THE SUN in tUs 
immaeualte 1978 Chevrolet 
Caprice convertlUe. Cop- 
per paint, white laaUier in- 
terior. PB. PS. Air. AM/ 
FM stereo radio. Power 
windows. Low fflUe^e. En- 
joy a mat touring car la 
perfed conditioo. $3,200 or 
best offer. AvaUabU Im- 
mediately. CaU 486-3430 
after 4 p.m. and ask for 
Bob. 



1971 VEGA, ExeeUent con- 
dition, wttti radio and ma- 
nual tranan^slOQ. $1,150. 
CaU 547-319S. 



VOLKSWAGON^ 



Large selection of used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. Bank financing 
credit apinvved by phone. 
VICTORY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Vidory Blvd. Ports., 
397-1216. 



FCRD-BroDCO, 1974, 4 
Wheel drive, V8, AM - FM 
8 trade stereo, power 
steering, eieeUsnt oendi- 
jtafc, tow inaeagw, ^9990^ 
cSL 957-1091 



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Betto, Mtrtoe ftOTllH 



CHRIS - CRAFT Comman- 
der ^rtsFisherman-31'- 
1970-Fls*i6 Brld^- Twin 
300 H. P. - Outriggfrs- 
Flshing Chairs-TrtmTabs- 
Cost $i9,000-SeU or Trade 
$25,000. CALL 425-0526. 



1975-12 ft. Sears' Simer 
Game Flshermsa, Trailer, 
5 1/2 H.P. Motor and ac- 
cessories. ExceUeirt con- 
dition. $550. firm -CaU 
547-2992. 



1978 BOAT-Chrysler, SO 
loot, cad^ cabin, head, 
230 R-P., 1-0 ortdrive, 
depUiflader, speedometer, 
nfety package, tademgal- 
vaniSMd traUer, (tO hours) 
Just Uke new $9,999 w 
best offer. WUUamsChry- 
dM- Plymoath, Courtland, 
Va. nnoe 653-2462. 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
Trailers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White - 
hurst, Blassingham Corp., 
403 W. 24th^., Norfolk, 
627-2396. 



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ATTEMTKHI 
Help your spouse with high 
costs. Earn these extras, 
seU toys. Playhouse Toy 
Co., is hlrbg 5 supervi- 
sors in this area. CaU 
collect Leona Woods 919- 
299-9718. 



CHRISTIAN couple or per- 
son to help me with grow- 
ing business, great future 
rewards, caU 497-4511 (V) 



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LADIES 

NO EXPERIENCE 
NECESSARY 

Interesting woit. Excel - 
lant income CaU 461-1198 



1913 Sports Coadi 
Motor Home 

S5'-494 Ca. In. - 29il000 
mUes. Sleeps 9. Excel - 
lent condttion. Daatgaad to 
last longer. Aeradyaamic 
dasip saves on gas. Sal- 
ty faatural. Loaded with 
options - power - steeriag, 
power •- brakes, tUted 
steeriag lAed, cruise con- 
trol, 2 slr/oondltioDers, 
feaerator and much more. 
Mast see to aiprecliAe qu- 
aUty. $14,90^ CaU 494- 
1197. 

CaU 494-1197 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS- 
ING sales postUoBwtthBy- 
erly PaUications '(Virgin- 
ia Beach Sun, Chesuaske 
Post, Tidew^er Life). 
Must have good telephone 
personaUty andtypiagabU- 
tty. Responsible posittoa 
irtth sdvancemant appoT- 
tuntty lor aggressive self- 
starter. CaU Mrs. 8t^- 
eos, 547-4571, torapfOlca- 
tion and interview. 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week guaranteed 
salary. No exMrieoee 
necessary. 480-3791. 



POEMS WANTED 

The VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF POETS 
Is coin>111ng a book of poems. 
If you have written a poem 
and would like our selection 
comnittee to consider It for 
publication, send your po«n 
and a self -addressed stamped 
envelope to: 

VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF POETS 
2317 West Broad 5t. 
Rictunond. Virginia 23220 



NEWSPAPER PRINTING 

Cheek our prices, deUvery aad aaappy offset quaUty 
for your tabloid else newspia)er. We luiat aewsp^r 
tor coUages, high spools, ailUtary bases, Anrchs' , 
aayhody lAo waats a prolassloa«I product 

QaaUly, low price, craftsmaasMp: If thst's wjst 
ywa're MoUag tor, thoa we're the inlntors tor -on. 
Coai^ato typentttog fkdUtier. 



CIRCULAR PRINTING 



I^Mever yea auw need tor your baatoess, four 
pages or 94 papa, coiih-, eea^ositlim, qteedy ■Hnito... 
sw do toe Jew Aa sdvertistot drcnlar nakos aa im- 
pression. Be sure your rwHeeto the image ywi wart 
to |8i>jeet. W§ sometting we can help you wim. CaU 
as for esOMlM. m iMIpltan. 



CIRCULAR DELIVERY 



V yw ^Mk^ drcnlars to Virgials Beach, Chesa- 
peake aad Portomatt, we caa ssve pm ^eaty! Our 
carriw syslaau, logatoar «lto iasertiag to our home- 
towa aw^ n y e ts , dettiwr toe most tor ymr moacy. 
BaUseyt ce««rage of mt iBBrket jin want CaU Iv 
tolMtoattoB, ' 



BYERLY PUBLICATIONS 

Tri^heae M7-4971 
CIESAPSAKE - VIManA UACH • POSTaKWTM 



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AfiVlSTIStNG Sales^r ■ 
at PMiti tor (rowlnc 
WiUmitT newspaper; or- 
lUintton. Eqwrlencees- 
(Wiii}. Copy and Uyout 
inwWed. Excellent oppor- 
tiUdty for self-starter with 
i<tM» to woi^ with mini- 
DMm sopervialOB. U you 
q^tUtf, please tend re- 
funv to Mr. N. R. Bly, 
lEfMny fnUieatioimr V-Q: 
BattW, Chesapeake, Va. 
2S3n» All replies strictly 
conOitential. 



COLLEGE 
SUMMER WORK 
IMONEY) 
CALL 461-nM 



MA8SAQE QRL 

•176 WEEKLY 

GUARANTEED 

No expcrifnce necessary 
will tralo II or over, 
BvslMM Man's Massate 
k Htftm Spa. UI-MMl 
or 4N-mi 



13 Help Wanted. 



SERVICE, MANAGER for 
|rowiB( company qwcU- 
Uilnc In truck equipment 
and liydraulics on Eait- 
em Shore, Maryland. Take 
charge individual needed. 
Paid holidays and wcations 
lite insurance, hospitaliz- 
ation, and unltorms. Sal- 
ary $13,000 plus. Com - 
mensurate wttb ability . Re- 
Idy ..Vlrglnja, Bwh am 
CUssified Box »4n, IM 
Rosemount Rd., Virfin- 
ia Beach, Va. 23452. 



Resident Manager. Exper- 
ienced with Condominium 
or apartment dwellings. 
References available. Call 
Robb-Ocean City, Md., 1- 
301-Zt9-S4(l (24hrs. a 
day). 



14 - Poslttou WaaM 



BABYSITTING -My borne, 
large fenced in yard. Ideal 
tor working mother. 
Hunters Point area. CALL 
483-t3»l 



Churchland Arta -WUI 
babysit in my Imme. Play 
area, meals, mature wo- 
man, Reasonable, Call 
4M-I934. 



SAY WHAT! 



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•■nverfabk^b 



ADMIRAL MOTORS 



1400 High St. 
i.e. Oiky. 



397-2332 

A.J. Roland, Mgr. 

ihe man with a plan 



WANTED 

PRODUCTION 
MANAGE A 

I.RMponsibI* for ptannhifl ail 
production 

2. Must hava exparlanca in factory 
operation 

3. Salary and fringa banefits dis 
cussad at Intarviaw 

Plaasa contact: 

Attar Nut Products, inc. 
Boyicins. Va. 23827 

PluHia 804-654-941 1 



IS • Business OffartMdty 



OPPORTUNITY tor ambi- 
tloBS pao^e. R« y<»«" o*" 
distrttutotAlp lart-time. 
Hi^ income and profit 
sharing. Plione for appoint- 
ment. 491-5655. 



PART Time sales repre- 
sentatives tor arnOntlc oil 
,« Lubricants CALL 420 
835 



50 



Business Opportunity. Be 
your own boss, tor a $10 
Inveslmmt. Profits daily. 
460-0152. 



ANYONE can leamor earn. 
Teach others a simple and 
creative new hiAby using 
Tri-Cbem liquid embroi- 
dery. Call 420-4347. 



1» • Local Iistnictlw Chsats 



INSTRUCTION CLASSES 
Morses Aides -Orderlies- 
Oak Hill Medical Training 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



tS - Artlelw Isr Me 



WEDDIfKi GOWN-New, de- 
uehable train. Bodice, lace 
and balqr pearls with Iodk 
sleeves. WHO call 547- 
IIOZ. Site 10 



MOVING Must sacratice 
items. Bedroom (toBttare 
set of Ea^ckqwdia's, 
roeker, 0)«»MWi, Jttt- 
chen table with C mirs, 
stereo-bookcase com- 
bination, 2 desk and 1965 
Vblvo. Call weekdays af- 
ter 4 p.m. 486-0426 



SWIMMING Pool -24' dia- 
meter with patio, $U00. 
Call 497-8291. 



STAINLESS cookwar*. New 
19 piece set. Lifetime 
guarantee. Just tour to sell 
at this low $224.95. Cash, 
charge, or lay-away plan. 
Call 4(4-5640. 



PIANO and 


Voice 


les • 


sons given 


in the Great 


Bridge area 


. Call 


421 • 


2455 Ask for Oemiis Ro- 


berts. 







WESTERN RIDING IN- 
STRUCTION- SmaU eks- 
ses. Good korses.Inexpoi- 
sive. Morning, attemooa 
and evening classes. Start- 
ing soon CALL 426-2774 
or 497-3060 



PIANO tuning and repair. 
Player pianos also re - 
paired. Old piano i specia- 
lity. 

Call 488-5918 



REDEEM THIS AD 
FOR WOODEN NICKEL 

The Cigarette House 

Moyock. N. C. 

Battlefield Blvd. Rt. 168 




WATER soltner - water - 
care, sells new tor |SS6., 
Excellent condition $100. 
Call 482-4217. 



COLOR TelevUdoo - S«ars 
IS" $125., Black A White 
PhUeo Witt swlval pic - 
ture tube f60. Both in ex- 
cellent condition. CaU 545- 
4125. 

Am-Cooditioner-Fed - 
ders, 11,000 B.T.U. 's, 
wood panel (root, excel- 
lent eondttioB. |150. CaU 
547-1802. 



MOVING-Must sell a Ken- 
more— washer and dryer 
for $100., dan couch tor 
ISO., and green desk chair 
lor ISO. CALL 482-2955 



PAMELING-3/16 in. gro- 
oved and uagrooved tor 
11.50 per sheet. 3/16 in. 
Mssdnite 11.50 per sheet. 
Small Coldspot a refriger- 
ator tor 150. CALL Mrs. 
Taylor at 487-0101 



n-Boase Bold Goods 



ORE twin bad tor sale. 
BetsoHlde. CaU 486-0426 

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St - Jewein * Watches , 



BRACLET Watch, 14 K/, 
GoU 1" wide wtth pear 
that onaneat an dia- 
mM(b OB top. Very vala- 
aUe. CaU S4'i-18<tt. 



M- Basiasss Eqri^eat 



FORK LIFT-1974-ALLlS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
J&^.im^ opacity 2500 
lbs. PropaMlneCI901>''s^ 
like new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3780 



EUM Addmnogt^-toir 
condition, inelndes shel- 
ves, drawera, SOOstcacUs. 
Ideal for small tauinesa. 
Church, «t civic group 
$200. or best otter. CaU 
547-4571. 



48 - Aparfsati tor Bsat 



GREAT BRUKE-Prestige 
Colonial apartment. 2 bed- 
room, reirigerator, range 
and central air. Availaldc 
Jime 15. CaU 547-2411 or 
482-2267. 



SS Basiasss Property lir Isle 



OCEANFRtnrr oo board- 
walk. Land Lease. 100' by 
150". 17W Atlantic Ave. 
CaU 428-5383 tor appoiot- 



51 -r«r tale Vs. Baa* 



POlNT-0-WOODS- By 
Owner. (LoBdM Bridge 
area). 6 room, 4 bedrooms, 
2 (extra Urge), 2 baths, 
large shady lot, central/ 
air, wood fenced, large 
paneUed Uving room, cat 
in kitbhen, 2 car garage, 
many extras. No agmts. 
CaU M6-661I 5 a.m. to 
10 p.m. daily and 9 a.m. 
to 10 p.m. weekends. 



KOICS GRANT 

4 Bedroom-3 Baths, large 
comer lot, central air. As- 
sume or cooventiooaL Call 
340-2246 after 6 P.M. NO 
AGENTS 



S9-For SaU Chesapeake 



NEED LOTS OF ROOM? 
This newly remodeled 
home Is tor you. 3 1/2 
bedrooms, den, break - 
fast room. 127,500. CaU 
Mary Scrtop U3-2382 or 
423-6426. Nanev Chandler 
Associatea-Realtors. 



SI -For Sale Vs. Beach 



UNO's Arms-townhouse. 
853-7 S. CInhiMHise Rd. 3 
bedrooms. 1 lAt hatlu. All 
appUances. WaU-to-waU 
carpet. Comer lot. VA ap- 
praised $27,500. Crescent 
Realty. 461-147S or 423- 
8876. 



9 ROOM Brick Ranch - 
5 bedrooms, 2 baths, fire- 
place, in-groand swimming 
pool, 16'x32', fenced yard, 
149,500. CaU 486-4278. No 
Agents. 



GBEAT BRIDGE 
BRIDGEFIELD 
Owner transferred. Urge 
3 bdrm. Brick ranch, 2 
bath, eat In kitchen, fire- 
pUce, 16X45 paUo, in - 
grcwnd pool, many extras, 
over 1/3 acre lot . 
CALL 482-3902 



83 - Lots for Sale 



ATTENTION BUILDERS - 
Choice single family home 
sites, from 8,000 to 16,000 
«|. It. Located in College 
Park near Greenbrier 
Ready tor summer build- 
ing r»11 "SM-IMS or 490- 
3141, Pembroke Realty - 
Gallery of Homes. 



70 - Home Services 



PAHtTING First CUss - 
FREE estimates. Referen- 
ces. Call 484-4382 ^ 



Lot Clearing, Gradii«, De- 
molition, Acreage Clean- 
ing. By the hour or job. 
Free estimate. CALL 
547-1802. 



SECOND Mortgage Loans 
(Fast Service) FOR: Home 
improvements, BUI Con- 
solidations, Investments, 
Any Reasoh. R. L. For- 
tune, Associates Financial 
Services of America, Inc. 
855-3105. 



VINYL rnieir. Bums, 
holes, A cuts. On furni- 
ture, offices, homes, re- 
staurants, hotels A motels 
Work done on your pre- 
mises. Low prices, free 
es. CaU 464-3609. 



MEET OUn CLASSiFIED.ADViSOR 




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EVELTir is our classitied advisor. It is her Job to 
assist and advise anyone who calls Byerly Publications 
to place a low-cost quick-acting classified ad. She is 
the first person you will meet if you bring your ad to 
our office on Battlefield Blvd Evelyn checks every 
ad for corrections, for the right running dates, and 
makes sure your ad is published in all three of our home- 
town newspapers (Chesapeake Post, Virginia Beach 
Sun, Tidewater Life). If you need help with your classi- 
fied ad, call 547-4571. 



81 • Besart Frspertir tor Sale 



HOLIDAY Island, N. C. - 
Camidng lot 40x70ft., wa- 
ter, electric on lot. Clea- 
red, treed and drive-way. 
12,800. CaU 484-8S9S. 



88 - UU lor Sale 



WANTED TO BOY 

Boat traUer to accom - 
modate 16 toot boat. Tan- 
dem axle preferred. CaU 
499-6042 betore 5 and ask 
torAl. 



LOTS OF ROOM 



Plasa area 

bedioom-l^l, 

20 X 30 paaeUed Recrea 

tlon Room. Over 2,000 sq. 

ft. Central Atr Cowlttton 



-b* owner - 5 
1/2 bethSi Huge 



QEORQETOWN 
'COLONY 

HOME STTES FOR SALE 

tot 

People planning Homes 

A Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE.... 

333 Providence Bd. 

CaH 484-0317 





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Dont Despair! 



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HOME 
SERVICES 





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SONITIMaiON 
IQUVMOiTMNTAL _ 

543-54UL3oWelden eAir ConwessaH 
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•nrnips 

f333 Bdifibrijdga BM. 

NORMAN dEAK MGR. 



SIEGLER - OU Stove - 
spri^, good coadiuoa 
1110.00. CaU 547-6218 
"547-5585 after, S p.m. 



M-WstsdtoBig 

NORVIEW RARE COWS - 
NoitoUc's most complete, 
bay, seU trade, buying sU- 
ver coins, 42 SouUiera 
Shopping Center, Norfolk, 
853-8118. 



TIDEWATER! 
TUTORING 

AS SaMeets asd Grade 
Ler ris 
Saauaer Pragrain 
' tDOee's 

CAIX 
497-4308 
885-8952 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County ' 
Finance Co . 

LOCAUY OWNED 

AND OPERATED 

482-3381 



341 BATTLEFIEIJDBCVD. 
WlLSOM' 

. sHOPraiG CEirr^ 



Real Estate Sales Acent 
New With Pembroke 
For 1976 

NO GIMMICKS 

JUST A BETTER 

COMMISSION SPLIT 

AND BONUS 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

Openiiv* tor experienced 
or new agents in ourCreen 
Briar or Virginia Beach of- 
fice. Over SO-mUlton in 
ResidenUsI sales tor 1975 
makes us one of Tidewa- 
ter's largest full service 
companies. We think we 
can do more be«use we 
are ttie GaUery of Bomes. 
Look for oar Nstiooal and 
local continueing TV pro- 
motion. Attend our pro- 
fessional training course. 
Walter Smith 
,4V 7145 Cheaapeake, or 
.. » Ruffinan 497-9611 
Virt^nia Beach. 

PEMBROKE REALTY 
GALLERY OF HOMES, 




. Rlcardoinc 

-SERVniCCBESAPEAKE 
FOCI 11 TEARS 

Oar hl^y trataed as- 
sociates are ready aad able 
to find yon the home of 
your dream's at the best 
prices aad terms avaU - 
sUe, ia today's msifeet. 
Coatact us tor the vety 
best service avaUable. We 
cover Chesapeake. 

BEST BUY m GSEAT 
BRIDGE 138,900.00! 
New all brick, 3 bedroom 
ranches. Central air, car- 
peting, heat pump. 

351 Johnstown Rd. 
laBeart of Great Bridge 

547-4555 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Builders 

Rome Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage BuUders 
Room Additions 
Aluminum Si^ng 
Roots - Carports 
Kitchen RemodeUng 

CALL ANYTIME 
845-7318 

Bugk E. Black, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



TOU 
CAM .USE 
Tins SPACE FOR 

It.ia 

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COieOLIDATE your first. 
second, k third mortgages 
into oee<«.IOBg-tem first 
mortgage. Bosiness A 
Reatty Caidtal Associates. 
499-4128. 



ROOMADDtnon 

KiTcnM imooiumi 

*AU sixes ol garages and 

sitached garages. 
•Coinrart garage to a den 

or tamUy room 
•Ceramic Tile, Brick, A 

Block work 

WeneciaUseia 
Home lm|»«Tements! 

R.H. BLACK 



RICH BLACK TOP SOU. | 
A SAND FILL OIKT, LOT { 
CLEARING, LAND6CAP - 
n«G AND DEMOLITIONS I 
CALL DOZIER ENTER - i 
PRISES 420-0670. 



BAJ 
Palattag A Paper Haagiag 

Very reasonable, tree es- 
Umate, aU work neaUy 
done and guaranteed. 
•So Let The Girls" Do tt" 
Phone 855-0558 




HOUSEWORK GOT TOU 

DOWN? 
General claaniai, steam 
extraeUoo carpet dean - 
ing, floor waxing and stitp- 
ping, window cleaning, ear- 
pet and tvholstery sham- 
poolag. Bonded, insured. 
FBEE ESTIMATE. Call 
DOMESnCAlE at 4n - 



11 

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grain stirring 
reduces drying 
time and costs 
...up to 50% 

OHM Stir^tor la the afliclent 
grain stirring unit vriOi tiM unique 
^ttem. Enginaered to stir ail 
the gmin in yow bin; right to the 
Mil without spedatattach- 
manta; all the way to Ow center, 
no unstirred scallope, no 
heaping. ■ Stir-Ator corrtlnu- 
ousiy moves wet graki to the. 



TAYLOR 
BROS. 

3104 TV«t MtCK "OAO 



You can trust a^^ 

REALTOR LB. 

■■■■■■i^HB REALTOR* 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



heat source; gets ail the drying 
speed of oortlinuous flow 
systems at less cost; botlsr 
uniformity, less chance of 
spoilage, a Ewlusive mercury 
switch control ■utomatlcaNv 
geveme auger travel speed 
to suit condition o( the grain, 
a Choice of auger models. 
Stop in and 



Ora OWN DKVILOnfENTS 



BrittMyWOo 
Taylor Wood I 
ForMtnUs 

Cedar Crove Acres _^„ 

MODELS intDES aMVRUCTKW 




The Realtors below sre proiesslaanU in rsal esUte who 
sabscribe to a strict code of ethics as members of local 
and state boards and of Uie Nattoaal AasociaUon of Real 
E^te Boards. 

Pro^ct your Imnst m m iti S— oim of 







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lla l p ing yow gat Bw wort ort 
I olmcropa you bring bi. 

FOSTER a SANDERLiN A CO.. iNC. 

1929 BaMGABIAH ROAD 

421-3282 CBE«APEAEE,VA.2«n 421-2885 
REVELLE AQRi-PRODUCTS 

■URFEESBORO, MC STM9 

019-398-3115 



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Briltwiy tVoods 
Fonsims 
CwHr Urove 
Jaylormoo 

484-4S42 



I i%mUng Bf— 11 Mftoraf 



SASSEK 



FO«q(n(xi«iin,T. 

«24-3720 



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PAW JNIOOBI G 488-9948 
BENWBTFBLD 484-S4I1 
BOmngHOWELL 4I4-0«B4 

Paul Sodeniuist; «8-«l^ 



B-S - Virginia Beach Sun, June 2, 1976 

Beach Little 
Miss sought 

Young ladies who are residents of Virginia Beach and 
are between the ages of six and 10 are invited to enter 
the 1976 Little Miss Virginia Beach Pageant sponsored 
by the Department of Parks and Recreation. 

Miss Annette Byrd Shavendep.titHe- Miss VJgMiia'— 
Beach of 1975 will crown her successor July 23 at Plaia 
Junior High School. 

All aM)licants will perform a talent presentation at the 
preliminary contest June 16. Fifteen finalists, selected 
from the preliminary contest, will be presented in talent, 
physical fitness and evenii^ gown competition at the Pa- 
geant. 

Applications are available from the following mer- 
chants; Sears A Roebucic C.->., Miller ARhoads (Pembroke 
Mall); The Cowardly Lion, Smith ft Welton (Hilltop North) 
Paul Tavss (365 Independei.cs Boulevard); Dolly ft Bobbie 
(6600 East Viginia Beach Boulevard); Evelyn's(211 25th 
Street); Rice's (Prftacess Anne Plaza); Children's Cara- 
van (5775 Princess Anne Road) and Mother ft Child (154 
Boggs Avenue). 

Call the Recreation Department at 497-4864 for further 
information. 

Kittens' easily 
found new home 

It was a catty situation. 

Kent Costen of Lenore Trail in Chesapeake had some 
kittens on his hands and desperately wanted to give 
them away. 

He turned to VIRGINIA BEACH SUN. 

"It was great," he exclaimed. "The paper went out 
Wednesday and two days later all four kittens were 
gone. 

"The main reason was because the paper goes all 
•over locally. One person called from Chlirchland, two 
others from Norfolk." 

His ad was a "Free Bee," which didn't cost him a 
cent. You can be a success story Just the same way. 
Or you can make some moola and sell that old garage 
full of junk through our want ads— they're cheap and 
do the job. 

Give us a call at 547-4571. 

Volunteers wanted 

The Virginia Beach Drug Outreach Center has several 
.jenings for volunteers as Crisis Counselors on its 
• telephone CRISIS LINE and in its walk-in CRISIS SER- 
'- VICE. 

> Those accepted into the program will be given a 50 

> hour training course and para -professional certification. 

> You may be the caring, dedicated person they naad. 
> , College credit is avaiiabie. 

Next training class begins June 29. Call for informa- 
tion, to 425-1403. 

2 win scholarships 

Miss Susan Burke and David Rudiger have each been 
awarded a $250 scholarship for meritorious and superior 
scholastic work by Lynnhaven Masonic Lodge No. 220 
A.F. ft A.M. Miss Burke is a senior at Kellam High 
and will major in theology at Gordon College in Wenham, 
Mass. Rudiger is a senior at Bayside High and will 
attend University of Richmond in the fall and major 
in chemistry. ' 

Karen performs 

Karen Merchant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donal Mer- 
chant of Spindrift Road, recently performed with the Wit- 
tenberg University Orchestra in Springfield, Ohio. A 
sophomore majoring in music education, Miss Merchant 
is also active as a member of the Wittenberg SymphooiG 
Band. 

'Aglow' plans meet 

The Women's Aglow Fellowship of Virginia Beach vlU 
meet Monday for lunch at Lake Wright, 11a.m. with $3.50 
as the tab. Guest speaker will be Irene Harrell, the gifted 
author of many Christian books. 

The affair will be broadcast Tuesday at I:30on WXRI- 
FM, 109J. For deUils call 497-3609, 420-2669 or 428- 
S»45. 

Flea market set 

The Civic League of Pembroke Meadows and ^ores 
will sponsor a Flea Market Sunday, at Pembroke Mea- 
dows Slioppii« Center. Space costs are $3 for members 
and |S for noo-members and the ¥le» Market will run 
from noon to 6. 



Church has event 

A Flea Market will be held Saturday on the lawn of 
St. Francis ^tiscopal Church, 509 Rosemont Rd., from 
10 to 4. Rain <lite will be June 12. Spaces to be reserved 
wUl cost $5, with deUils available at 427-6657. 



THEPEfiFBCT 

GRADUA TION GIFT 

OLIVETTI LEXIKON 

'299 THE ONLY PORTABLE '299 

ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER 

WITH CHANGEABLE BALL 

Slmiliar To Tte IBM SeleCtric At Half The Price 

SEE IT NOW AT TOM'S * 

TYPEWRITER REPAIR 
499-8731 

5209 Va. Beach Blvd-Rear of Law Building, Be- 
tween Grand Furniture ft Checkered Ftag Toyota 



BACKPACKING . . . HIKING . . . CAMPING 




881 N. Military Hywy. 461-2767 



CLIMBING KAYAKING. CLOTHING 




Spring-Out 

SALE 



FREE 



Carrier 



"Keep-Your-Home-Cool" Survey 

LETUSSHON/YOUHOW 

TO BEAT THE HEAT THIS 

SUMMER 

THEIXE'S NO OBLIGATION 



IHERE'S WHAT WE'LL DO: 

|~| (1) Survey your home, free ofl 
charge, and tell you how manyl 
Btuh's of cooling you'll need to^ 
keep your entire home com- 
fortable shouM you ever decide 
to add central air conditioning. 

|~| (2) Give you free, easy-to-follow 
tips on how to keep heat and 
humidity from building up in- 
side your home this summer. 



CARRICR CENTRAL 
AIR CONDITIONING ISi 
AN INVESTMENT . . 
RATHER THAN AN 
EXPENSE ...ASK US\ 
FOR DETAILS' 



SPRING-OUT! SPRUCE UP! PUT DOWN! 

A new QAF floor while the savings are great. GAF's newest, brightest 

and easiest to care for Sheet Vinyl Flooring reduced 15% Save 
on over 60 patterns and colors during this exciting "SPRING -OUT" sale 
now at the QAF dealers listed below. It's for a limited time only-so hurry 
on down while the prices are down 

GLAZELLE 




ROUND ONE 



CALL TODAY/.. There's No Ol>lig,itioii 
To Buy Anything 



.Call Sam In Cooling Division 



WHITE/STEWART, INC. 

608 APPOMATTOX ST. 
545-4646 




1^» 

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CX31DMATIE 



GEMINI 
ROOM 

BEAUTY SALON 

LEE O'BRIEN-OWNER 
NO APPOINTIMENT NECESSARY 

Located In 
WINDSOR WOODS PROF. BLDG. 





Hmirs: 
TuM.-Frl. 

• t.m. - 9 p.m. 
Sat. 

t t.m. - 6 p.m. 




BETTY 



ROBERTO 



REGISTERED SALON 
CENTER FOR BEAUTY 

3700 S. PLAZA TRAIL 

at Rotmnont Rd. mar Flr^ Station 
486-0730 




A ThallaCarpet 
&DraperyShop 

4153 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 
PHONE 340-6421 





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&1st Yeir. No. 22 




SERIALS SEC\IO:i 
VA' STATE 'LinnA:;? 
RICHMOND VA 23219 



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- V- -*>>*>, .w,>M3Bf>f>r-».!».3r 



City of Virginia Beach, Vt. 



June 9. 1976 



15 cents 



'White'Collar'boss named 



Beach fights wave of crime 



ByR.(XlRDOirintSUL 
SON Editor 

Toa'rc Mt tloM. 

avdr«d» In Virgintt BMcb-emirywr-IUl vicUm 
to "lAttfOoOar" crime. Ev«r;onefroBBMclic(^totte 
Btttw Dwtatw Bomn is uacMWd 0wr tta ktovIiik 
proUrai. 

Tkt tffoa or fraud cuoomaiau7i"»"te'' o' **'* "^ 
tor ft inc*UleHnrVln^3MefceoB8«Bi«sbftTe need- 
ad k*^ to Rrateet tlWB from ahyiters tod hndctters. 

Tlw nem Is sU good. tta«fi»«,frMBCoiiiiMnraftUii's 



Cox TV 

unflef eye 

of COIIff0# 

Ctty C<nimU wUl keep a eloM «atc!i ^ 

oi vu^Bla Bsaek to nske svre notiata Baack's pUns 
doBt nflM* tta Sana tita as maUVt'*. 

Cat TV «as laeavMr l<»t^ ^a Baack fraacblse. 
M iwrert ooaiw«qr on C*H* C<"UnitoatlOM ot At- 
laria, also Mds tta fraaddsoa in- Part a —ntt and 
MorMk-aad mm ttett *• apprWtLy *n tkaeoaqiaiiy 
liM dona towaM eiWMMBit aafta TV in tta t«o etUes 
aittnagl Am tmefelsas iwre boea valid las- a coqde 

oTyaan, ^^ 

Coon^MB P^icfcL-aaatiacMoadayaftanoonaAwt 

Ctt* IfaiMM' da^ifa L. Haabary to Had out viiat tte 

con^ufr ^uetol sbUtty Is. "We don't nnt to (e( 

dnm to .tka last nlarta." He aatal, toe sonetUag to 

prawi* tta Cttjf irwB aeipArtac caWa TV. 

m mt ot Mrigik racantly Uad eotqiaUids vitli 

tl» Cat t wy^ r^*'*'*^n tta eooqi^ ddayed woric 

OB tka IMn'^ iMMftiaa ontU Vitfttda Baadi avarded 

Cox ttia francUsa. 



Ship to 

our plaque 



'V 



Attorney here, Andre .E?ans. He thinks ttet economic 
crimes and consumer jirotection deserve full attention. 

"The bnpact on tte public is bard to overrate," he 
says. Hie Chamber of Commerce of the U.S. estimates 
that iriitte-)»llar. Crime atone costs us not less than $40 
bflUon annnaUy, and «e in VirsinialBeacb pay our share 
through losses suffered by businesses that are victimised. 
While not ostly generallyaswhite collar crime, consum- 
er ^uds are of major concern to the individual consumer 
who has M) effective recourse on an indi^dual basis. 

"Having long been concerned about these pborlem 
areas, I am happy to announce that vehave established a 
Consumer Protection/Economic Crime Division within 



the Virginia Beach Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. 
TUs affort will be under the direction of Gary B. Allison, 
who has recently Joined our staff. Mr. Allison is a gradu- 
ate of the University of Akron (Ohio), vAere be received 
his degrees in accourting and to law. Since he is both an 
aeeouotant and a lawyer, Ur. Allison is particularly well 
qualified to investigate and lurosecnte such eases. 

"Additionally, hehaslSmonths'eqierienceastheChiri 
Investigator for the Consumer Frauds Division of the 
County Prosecutor's Office loAkron. WhUethere,hewas 
tovolved in Investigations andprosecutionswberedefSnd- 
ants were found guilty to over 200 counts of larceny by 
trick or other fraud-related offeases." 



Allison and his wife, Diana, and their ntoe-year-old 
SOB, Kevin. Uve to the Magic Holtow Section of Virginia 
Beach. Mrs. Allison studied classical piano at the Cleve- 
land Institute of Music and is prestiitly employed as the 
office manager of a local firm of certified public account- 
ante. 

"We, to this ofHce, welcome the opportunity to be of 
service to the bosinessman, as well as the consumer," 
added Ems. We will be able to give tocre^sed support 
to Virginia Beach's CMsumer Protection Office, as well 
as the Virginia Beadi Police Department and other local 
and stete sgendes that are concerned with the many facet- 
ed looblem of economic crime." 



A 



Tha UMS. Ark Royal wlU teaya ite berth at Hortolk 
Moadai wffl b pla^M itran VirgiBto Beadi, toe site 
gf tta lod^ to 1107 of tha fbvt Eng^toh setUers. 

Mayor J. Curtte Payna to a sesoluUoB also declared 
Jona 1 tlofA tat Dvf. tea BlcenteBBtal eichange 
to CoBBcU OBadwra^ praaanted the piaipe to Cdr, 
H. 8. DrOm, vAo IB taw ^weaaM a phologr^of 
the ship's pufsemial aiped by Capt. W. 3. Grabam. 
Coamaadar Draka said ttet to lT?6 the links batwoan 
GrsBt Brttato an toe OiAed Sto^ were not severed, 

IhI ntfnifl^H* 
Tha eMweaiy was antu^ 17 Mrs. Bartmra Racine. 

Hm ^^ tta last aircraft carrier to the Royal Navy, 

■rrtvad Friday. ^ 



Oberndorf, Riggs 
take seats July 1 

Virglato Baach's two hiw CooBeil me^wrs will take 
ollica at a «ocid naattog Mjr 1 ^ Zpn>. Eleetirai 
alao irill N Md to« tor nuqror aad vice niiyin', 
e»MS B0V hdd by J. Calis l^yne and Gew^R. 
Fairell FMpaeavrty. ' \ ^ 

The BW eMMfs. M^>m E. Ohwadwl dad toddy 
RlggB. mOMia Robert H. CalUs aad Clartoa W. Gatdaer 
Ite #i net m tor ra-dactloa. 

THi Biastl^ ins mKoni badi to Jidy 1 baeaue 
July S U a hidMBy. 

LIttto ifiltses sotH^t 



tta a«rt -Ltttte Mtos VIrglria 
to ^tiUte Bmk nd aralto 
Tlf^da tfm^ Raera^oa De- 

tofbraatioB. 



hM^^I^MBM^MBM 




Victorious Bayside 



How sweet, victory. AtkI ttiese mem- 
bers of the Bayside Marl in baseball 
tewn whoo|? it up, carrying coach Terry 



Morton on their shoulders. The jubila- 
tion tollovwd a thrilling 3-0 shutout 
win over Mt. Vernon, which gave the 



Beach school the stato championship. 
Sports editor Blair Thurman has details 
Mid ntore pictures on Page B1 . 







Music f est around corner 




Cox concert 

Cqx Hi^ bandsmen have sweet horn 
sectmi. They were heard at the school 
concbrt. It was tpjite a vi«ek for con- 
certi. Bud Lowe has more on Page A2. 



DidyoukBow? 

The FUtoaatt Aanual Virginia 
Beach Ma^ Festival to to be held 
Jane 14-17 aad will (^arate oa abod- 
^ id appnnianlaly $10,000. Par- 
tUrtpatiag bands will spod betMea 
$10,000 and ^,000 eai^. 

■ne natiosHa af«a^ iadlcates that 
the hands ittsBdingatoiwar will BWM 
anre thaa $400,000 to the eooaony 
a oa city. The <%Htfwr of &»- 
aiM«a aBdMvritaB tta Faattval aad 
tta holds aad mot^ thtf boua 
tta hands trfU i«teB ,10% of ttair 
rooai rNlals «Mch win amoort to 
qiptffiAnto|rl7.iQ0. 

Do yoa kMw who malM Q) tts «f- 
ferenra of ^,500? 

"to the pad yen tew baea mm 
tin giaawfai i^ adiag a ratfrflm- 
ttoa to tta awwt of $)0-$»*^>- 



$100 and mora. TUs has baaBgraatly 
apfH«ciated and has ooatribBtadtothe 
soecess of thto oatstonding ewA," 
said general chairman Charles H. 
FortMS Jr. 



"May I sincerely thaiA yira to be- 
half of the 20 bands from 11 States 
that will bring to Virginia Bnch more 
than 3,900 visitors as our gve^s.- 
Agato, wont you iflease WP "* " 



And her phone rang 



Linda 'Msoa's camper shell ml^ 
laiva Jait roltod any to har yard 
it ^ hadai' tried « FtM Baa to 

UMmttSDiu BEACH am. 

- Raeettod a patot Job and sha really 
diito't kaow what to (to wltt it, untU 
she ^aead a tree ad ttrongh tte 
VSGINIA BEACH SUN. 

That her phoae rtarted rtogtog. 



"The second pec^le who caUed to<* 
it," LlBda said. "We're thriUed to 
de^ to have gotten rid (tf it so fast 
ttotragh your newspaper. " 

tmi now s(Hneaie else to the happy 
mmr et a camper id»ll. 

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By BUD LOWE 
Sun Contribuotr 

^ring is Um time flttlie year (iiat the ^ighscliool 
concert bands come out in force and everywhere you 
turn there is a concert going on. 

Cox High and Princess Anne were no exception. 
Cox was superb. Billy CoMier, band director, had 
the group charged up and gave a performance that 
was trely a masterpiece. Beautiful music all through 
the night should have been the theme. 

Karen St. Onge gave a short break with some in- 
fbrmal introductions of Gary Hudson, drill team director; 
Mrs. Marcia Farley and Mrs. Joan Walsh, past and 
future President of the Band Parent Association; your 
truly of THE SUN; and to Billy Cooper, band direcotr 
at Cox. 

Steele new leader 

Bret Steele was dwsen to rqtlace Rob James at the 
helm next year and all are looking forward to big thiogs 
from this young man. Bret is a member of the percus- 
sions in the band. Filling the shoes of Rob James is 
going to be a big job but Bret is a very impressive 
young man and may be Just right for the job, congra- 
tulations Bret. 

Gary Hudson had his drill team on stage and they 
lo(riced great. They lined the aisles and did a short 
series of maneuvers from their field show and the 
rifles were on platform on each side of the stage. 
And as usual the rifles did a fantastic job, they are 
always a fivoriate of mine no matter what school 
they come from. 

Plaudits to Collins 

Princess Anne was outstanding as usual. 

Ron Collins never lets the home crowd down, he 
always puts on a show that the audience will never 
forget. Ai^ anyone that has ever seeen a PA band 
presentation and ask them what they thoug^it of it and 
you will always get the same answer, "empresslve/". 

Collins went with two bands--"B" band and "A" 
hoad, but if yon were there and heard them you would 
pnrtMbly be like me, someone would have to teU yon 
which band was whldi for they both sonnded equally ^ 
as well. 

Tlie lovely Miss Susan Reames relieved ColUu for 
one selection as direcotr and did a magnificent Job. 
Susan is a senior at PA and will surdy be missed by 
all, students and awlience alike. 

Sam Reynolds was on band witti Us^trUl 
tba7,cl^ took tluh home 

inWRm ams viil fUgs, 

They were impressive loaldng to say the ttiast, aad 
gave the appearand of being Buch stronger in number 
than they actnally were. 

Riffles do well 

And those ever famous rifles of PA were right iq> 
front and showing all wliere the action was, with a gniip 
like those six young ladies there is no wonder why PA 
is always considered one of the best show units in tUs 
area, r 

The ffn}s also acted as ushers, and wore their uniforms 
while performing this task. It was diiferent and added 
a lot (rf color to the whole program. Andyes.con- 
gratulaticms are in order to Mr. and Mrs. Ron Col- 
lins on the Urth of their little girl. Could this be a 
future Cavalier.? 

A well done has to be extended to both of these buds 
fbr an outstanding performance. 

And to the seniors, you may be leaving but you will 
not be forgotten. 




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Tbt Virginia Betch Safety Council met recertly at 
tbe pacake House in Princess Ann Plaza. 

A film taken by Tim beckman of WTAR <4 aa actual 
rescue at the Beach was shoim. 

The t«o families who run tbe Life Guard station told 
of the tralnlnc a lie guard must have to wort at the 

tHMCh. 

There are two men at each station, one watches the 
water the other rent out rafts and chairs, and keep 
an eye oh the people on the beach. 

They have altered the Ufe guard stands this year; tlwy 
are not as wide and the guard will have to set up stalgbter. 
There will be one stand on each block. 

Tiw guards are instructed each day on the weather 
and wind tides. Tbe stands are 20 feet from the water 
and 6 feet high (above tbe ground) 

They have two whiles, one sound Is resque the other 
is to get people back or to stop someone from going 
out to tar. The stand do have some first aid for cuts 
and etc. 

They have radios direct to the Police station to call 
tor Mp when needed. Tw o rep re sertatlve s JorBLftf 



CoMtraed dtlsens gsoiq> from Carolann Farms asked 
the help of tbe Safety Council to get a stop light to the 
mtertDce of Arrowhead Plaza Shopping Center. The 
CoimeU vot«tf to write a letter to the City manager 
asking that a U^ be inMalled. 

Mr. and Mrs. IMck Bandy appeared asking for a bike 
trail or lane «n Little Neck R(ad so tbe Children can 
ride safely to the school and to the park at the school. 
The eoueil agreed to take it under study. 

Ura. JamM L. Cralgn, Jr. Chairman of the nomi- 



nating committee presented the following slate of offi- 
cers for the coming year: president Larry A. For- 
derase; 1st vice pres., Milton T. Holtand' 2nd vice 



pres., Edward Davin; Sect. E. Wallace Timmons; trei- 
surer, Pat Bartee. 
These officers will be installed at the June 8 meeting. 



Relics sought 
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The Bicentennial Commission ofVirginia Beach plans to 
establish an historical museum at Cape Henry. 

Plans call for the use of the old railroad station locat- 
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has beoi surveyed aM found to be ideal for tbe purpose 
proposed. Tbe city of Virginia Beach does not have a cen- 
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ments and relics of the pat. 

Roy Alphin, Chairman of the Bicentennial Commls- ' 
sion (rf Virginia Beach, said "if we are to perpetuate and ' 
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must not delay any longer tobeginantrea wide campaign 
to gather suit^lematerial; rtherwlse it will be lost for- 
ever." 

It is proposed that the museum, at least in the begin- 
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Lighthouse, Battle of the Virginia Capes, and the early 
settlement of tbe area. 

If you have an item or fixture you think would be of 
interest and you would like to donate or Icnn, with ap- 
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Letters to 








the editor 

Digs radio stuff 



'*.' To the Editor: 

r*- Thanio a ton for your "Radio War" stories. It's 
•'-high time that somebody laid his cards on the table 
^^and told the world really how we hams feel about CBers. 
;* -You said everything I've been wanting to say for a long 
>^ time, but you even made it sound almost unanswerable. 
^4low they're getting some of the flacic they've been 
■i giving us for too long. 
K Roger Elliott, 
: Virginia Beach. 



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Skaters' thahlfs' 



;■: To the Editor: 

1;: A very special thank you from the Chesapealce Bay 

: -ISIuting Club of the Haygood Slcating Center to all at 

>TrHE SUN for the eicellent coverage of the 3rd annual 

:%'Easter Invitational Roller Slcating Championships. 

;■: So many people have commented about it. We are 

'.•Jjaov planning our second skating exhibition for the Nq)- 

^'3une Festival. 

;> Yours, 

t*; Roy, Haygood Skating Center 

I Hit CBs hard 

;-- To the Editor: 

r> You let the CBers off the hook too easily. Why hasn't 

'■;your editor Ursul have the guts to say what he reaUy 

;-fliinks? 

Sj'. And then the, next week we get all that pap about the 

r^ach election. Who in the hell cares? Ursul treats 

^ieople like Payne, Obemdorf and Smith as if they are 

i-fods. 

Let's get THE SUN knocking folks, not Just praising. 
Bob Tucker, 
Virginia Beach. 




Beach pet code vital, 

Iceep heath tiffs at bay 



Summer at Virginia Beach means many 
things. 

Among the pleasurable happenings, of 
course, are listed a thousand and one 
delightful doings. But at ttie same time 
there is quite another side. 

We are talking here about dogs. 

Dogs, the four-leggedvariety,yWio feed 
on garbage left outside back doors. It 
creates a dangerous health problem, 
both in the spreading of disease and also 
in the encouragement of such unwanted^ 
creatures as the pesky cockroaches. 



If the animal has to be quarantined, 
it must be kepft either at the Animal 
Control kennel or at a boarding kennel. 
This would be an additimal expense 
for the care (hiring the quarantine per- 
iod and an additional trip to come back 
and get the animal after the 10 day 
period of quarantine is over. 

WARNING! 



Therefore, with this in mind, THE SUN 
strongly advocates that those Beach citi- 
zens with dogs keep them on a leash. 
The problem from this point goes even 
deeper into a related area. 

The Virginia Bea<^ Bureau of Animal 
Control would like to remind citizens, 
especially new res i(tents, about the ordi- 
nances concerning dogs on the public sand 
beaches ^ during the summer months. 

The City Code reads as follows: 

5-43 Dogs Prohibited on Beaches tkir- 
ing certain part of year. 

(a) It shall be unlawful for any per- 
son owning, having control of or harbor- 
ing any dog to cause, suffer or permit 
such dog to be on the public sand beaches 
during the period from May '5 through 
September 30 of each yeaf, such period 
hereinafter called the "Season", except 
in a residential district where such dogs 
may be prmitted on the public sand 
t>eaches in the custody or under the con- 
trol of a responsible person during the 
season betvyeen 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. 
the following day. 

(b) Any person owning, having control 
of or harboring a dog shall not cause, 

>.>. T^jBtecor aiiow.^such doft toMim^mmki ^mviinimf^' 

public sand beaches at anytime during ti^ 

the season or otherwise, and inthe event 
such dog shall defecate on the public 



Teaving your pet IfTTTparked^car 
during the hot summer months, even for 
a short period, can result in the death 



of the Miimal. Even though wimiows may 
be open (making the animal an easy 
prey for the pet-nart>er), a parked car 
becomes ur^earably hot in very shori 
time, and the animal faces a cruel 
death from heat prostration. 

Air COTtditioned cars are just as likely 
to become death traps when the cooling 
system is shut off. For the sake of 
your pet do not leave the animal in 
you r car y^en the weatt^r is hot. 



Virginia Beach is bur beach, a great, 
fun, clean beach. Let's all do our best 
to keep rt that way. 




sand beaches at any time the person 
owning, having control of or har- 
boring such dog shall immediately re- 
move from the public sand beaches all 
feces deposited thereon by such dog and 
dispose of same in a sanitary manner 
approved by the Health Department, such 
as by encasing same in an airtight wrap- 
per or container and placing same in a 
garbage receptacle. 

The Virginia Beach Bureau of Animal 
Control vMHjId also lilce tb request that 
citizMis ask their friends who plan to 
vacation here to reconsider bringing 
their pets to the area. The reason for 
this is that if a dog or cat should 
bite anyone while in the area, the ani- 
mal must be quarantined for a period of 
'0 days. 



Payne signs Jolin Hsnry to burglary proclamation 

Beat tlie burglars 



Mayor J. Curtis Payne has declared June, "Burglary 
Prevoition lirath" in Virginia Beach. 

Lest year the Beadi experienced l,730trarglaries. Fail- 
ure to know and practice fundamental techniques of home 
prelection was largely responsible. 

In an effort to make citizens aware of their reqxmsl- 
UUt^ in hurglary ^«ve^on, the Virginia Betcb Police 
DepsHmeot would like to remind all citiiens to ob senre 
the f(diowii« i^ecai^ons when going away from home: 

1 . Conuct % lamp to an automatic timer to turn lights 
in the home on and <rff mich evening. Since noise is a de- 
terrent,coimeet radio or TV to a timer, also. 

2. Light vp your porch and yard with outdoor lights 
to incmse the likelihood Uiat an attempted burglary 
would be seen. These ligUs can also be timer-eootroUed, 
if desired. 

3. Be sure all screois are fastened from the inside. 

4. Never leave valu^les ^ring around; ke^ them in a 
safety dqwsit box and take advantage of OPERATION 
IDENTIFICATION iriiicb allows ytra to protect your per- 
sonal property I^f et^ing your social security number on 
beloQginKS. Check your local police for informatioo. 

5. Notifyaneighborwhenyou'llbeleaTbigandhovloiw 



you eiped to be away. 

C. Close and lock all doors, incladii«pondi, basement 
and garage. Vu ptn-tumUer cylinder lodes on oirtside 
wtranees and safety latches on the windows. 

7. Cancel all deUveries, Snch u the milk, laundry, 
cleanliv etc. Aim, be sore to discontinue the newspaper 
or arrange to have it sent to your vacatira address. 

t. Have a neighbor, or your post ol&ct, hold all mail 
until your return. 

9. Arraace wtU> a Mend to mow a» lawn and sweqi 
yotar Mewalk once a weA. Also ask him if he'll pick 
vp any drculars or handWls that may be left on your 
porch. 

10. Leave your shades and blinds as you normally do; 
dosed bUnds ke^ the sun out but also make an effective 
screen for the burglar. 

11. Never advertise your dqiarture with an item in 
the local paper. Give the story about yourvacqtion to the 
the local paper. Give the story about your vacation to the 
newspapers AFTER you've r^umed. 

For uldttliwJ informatioB re^nling bunlaryprevoi- 
tios contact tke Virginia Beach Police PidiUe Awareness 
Program at 427-4146. 



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By WILLIAM H. CANDLER 
Siu Contributor 



>J;Pity the poor Poles. 

^oTbey are a strong, hard workii^ pe<q>le who have 
buffered much through the ages and yet to this day, 
:^y are still subjected to humiliation in the form of 
:^ Polish Joke, a brand of humor that has been around 
;^ some time now and shows no sign of abating. 
^',;I must admit that I enjoy many of these Jokes for their 
"^^erent humor but it is hard to laugh at some of them 
:wJthout cringing, because every Polish joke, no matter 
;*l^w innocuous, is nonetheless told at the expense of 
iefery Polish person alive, whether here at the B^ch, 
XIq Poland, or elsewhere. 

^I* Ethnic JoiAes have always been around and always 

*i^U be, bat to many instances, the penile atwh(»e 

*«q>ense such jokes are told have instead tu|ned the 

^^les on the tellers and have become the tellers (rf the 

*l^es themselves, displaying an ability to laugh it tlKm- 

*«tives and their ethnic or national cbaracteri^lcs and 

Ik willingness to take the rU*ing good natuwdly, no 

•ifatter what resentment or ethnic plight the Iai«hter 

*l|iCht in fact be c(»)cealtng. ! 

ijFor example, Jewish comeUans have been telll^ Jokes 

^ themselves tor years and more rec«tly, 4fler the 

^rtons 60's, blacks have devel<s>ed the ability;to laugh 



at themselvM tad tkeir relati(»sUiM with whites in this 
country. 

In the Wm, the Amos and Andy TV show was omsider- 
ed a caricature of the Uack man; now we have shows 
like Sanford and Soa, where Redd Fttx mtdes no ^- 
fort whatsoever to be, tatt, or act like anything crther 
than a Midt American circa 1976. 

To me all of this is h^thy. 

It (kiesn't solve the pr(rt>lems yet it does i»t mask 
them either. In fad, the atdUty ttf k minsrity or^hnic 
group to laugh, both at themselves and those who have 
laughed at them for yrars, is a form of commmica- 
tbn to the world of their real problems as welt as 
fonyUarlAg pee^le with their life style and eUmic 
charideristics. 

However, it is all carried out it a manwr which is 
H^iftii^ to the ^rtt. Som^w, if eigiosing mtaBsy 
problems throq^ humor, understanding and respect is 
gnerated tor the clarader and i»iMems of tin ptr- 
ticnlar miiwrity whose comedians are carrying tte mes- 
sage of that people to the mUie at large. 

Once tte tXbmc tc^cs are ttus aired, the mta*- 
ground Jokes, the cruel ones, toM by others at tte et- ' 
pense erf the minortty gro#, usnilly surCtee and become 
passe. In other words, when Oe underg round Jokes are 
brought to the fore by the very pe<q>le who are the butt 
of the joke, the impad as an imdergrouBd Jtrice is gOM. 



Hie result is a toss of interest m tte part of others 
in tiling tte JcAea, flwr^ allowing the cUmto come- 
diuis to become the {nlme morce of sudi itories, 
which permits them to control the sltuatira, weeding 
out and causing the deaiise of tte uaieCMsarUy cmd, 
formerly wderground stories. 

If tte forefoiag premise is eorred, wM WaeomArj 
aeeis is a pM Polish comedian. But, so fkr as I know, 
nrae teve surfaced to take this burdoi ^ tliepoor 
PoUsh people. 

Therefore, I c(wtinue to hear such Jokes with great 
r^ularity and it's easy to get away with telling them 
at i»rties because the B^ch is hardly a strtw^kl 
of pe<vrie of PMiih origin, (ter only Mmlllar ecntact 
with anytUag PoUsh might te tte oiting of a Polish 
saus^e, meting sometwe with a PoUsb ume, ora visit 
to a Mw ^Ush rMtaurant in Virginia Beach, Patid^'s 
wUct I understani has excellent &re, r^ffneirtative 
of the dishes of M molter caatrj. 

Well, I don't know how tte folks down at Patal^'s 
feel abMrt tte Polish J(Ae. M I think I have a aovti 
wlutiim to tte problem in the absence of a polish 
comedian to Mp save tte day. 

^Ush J(A»s an rtlll lu«ely wdergrorad, deqdte 
a cotqde st J<Aeboods in |»1st on tte stf^ed. However, 
my analysis of tte PoUsh joke las lead me to a ranark- 
able e<»clusfon. Unlike tte Jewish and black K>kes, 



most (tf wfeldi are based cm etimic daracteristics ttet 
ottut te traasposed to any other race or peofde, 
irtat's in a Pcdish fake Uat cant te transposed to wme 
other group witifgrrad ease? 

Well, my PoUsh friends, take heart. There is a new 
b<rtt to which aU those Jokes can te and are in fad now 
bttflgqildiedt 

Guess who's tte vicUm? 

It's the Rokies.^ 

Yes, it's true, Hdde Jokes are making tte rouads. 

You know. VP!. Ite tctoei in Slacksburg. 

Here are two of them, (toce you pollsb.A!»#ricans 
teve rwd them, tU&k of all tte PoUsh Jdces yoo teve 
eter h^ and thw tew easy it wiU te to make the 
tttasltion. I (an ovisloD Harry Wnorowski whisperii« 
tte foUowi^ to a friori at a party: 

^. "How do yw Imov wh» you are at a HoUe fim- 
etil?" 

Answer: "Tte lei^ trader has iU UgMs m." 

i. "Why did ttey put Astroturf on the footbaU field 
intteVPIstadlumf* 

Answer: "1^ te^ the Home«>mlng Qmm from gnt- 
inf during half ttne." 

^1 pit mMi at me, Tech bos and alumni. I only 
r^rt what I hear. Now it's your job to get the jokes 
passed off on someoie else. 

Uke^VWIxqrs 



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Dance Guild announces 
* 1 5-week long season 



The Dance Guild of Virginia is proud to announce 
tbe estabUstiment of a full 15 week performing season 
for its professional dance company. This will malt 
the first time in Tidewater that professioial dance has 
been in residence. 

Through the past two seasons, the Guild's professional 
wing has performed before more than 11,000 school 

SEVAMP elects 
new officers slate 

The SEVAMP (Southeastern Virginia Areawide Model 
Program) Board of Directors elected new officers at^ 
__tts fourth annual meeting recently. 

Re-elected were, Dr. Don Faulkner, Norfolk, presi- 
dent; Carl Lance, Franklin, first vice president; Rus- 
sell Bucks, Virginia Beach, treasurer; Marshall Owens, 
Portsmouth, secretary; J. E. Ames, Jr., Suffolk, se- 
cond vice president, and W. J. Edwards was confirmed 
as a Board appointee from Isle of Wight. 

SEVAMP plans, coordinates or provides recreation, 
nutrition, volunteer, transportation, identification cards, 
day care, information and home services to citizens 
aged 60 and over in Suffolk, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Chesapeake, Franklin, Southampton and 
Isle of Wight. 

Singers want you 

Military Officer's Wives of all services, active or 
retired, are invited to join with the "Choraliers," a 
group of women devoted to singing for fun and musical 
fellowship, without emphasis on auditions or profes- 
sional credentials. 

The group sings regularly for wives meetings, hos- 
pitals and rest homes. The "Choraliers" repertoire 
Includes broadway musical songs, spirituals and popu- 
lar music. These lyrical ladies rehearse just one after- 
noon each week, and are actively seeking others with 
an interest in sii^^ing for their own enjoyment, as 
well as to serve others. 

For further information contact Fraya Wiggins, at 
420-0343. 

Learn to swim 

The annual "Leam.to Swim Campaign" will be c<n- 

\ ducted by the Tidewater Chai^er, American Red Cross, 

v^ between June 21 and 25, at Oscar Luther's Beach at 

'^ the irterseetton of Capevliw airf Oc«in View, Norfolk. 

All classes are free ta youngsters between the ag#, 
of 8 and 1 years old. There will be two s€^i<Mi't*^ 
5 consecutive days and ttrase partieipatiilg must c«i^«t* 
all sessions to qualify for the lieginning swimmers 
card and button. 

Classes will begin at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. and 
will last approximately 45 minutes each. 

Alice Ferguson and Pat 0. Klemstine will direct a 
group of qualified volunteer iostructors who are in- 
terested in "waterproofing" Tidewater's children. 

To register, call Safrty Programs office at the Tide- 
water Chapter, 625-6791. 

Read, get gift 

Virginia Beach children will be encouraged to readtbis 
summer through a joint eflort of the Vii^inla Beach libr- 
aries and McDonald's restaurants. 

"Join the Reading Revolution" is tb«tlieneofili&1976 
Summer Readli« Program, and McDraald's Is offering 
a certificate redeemable for a free regularhamborgerto 
a child everytime he or she reads five bodes. A ctdld is 
eligllde to earn up to four certificates, thereby reading 
20 bocri[s, in the special summer offer. Librarians will 
ke^ records on all children registered in the program 
and will award the certificates for hamburgers at the 
libraries, according to Ann Scott, chUdren's coordina- 
tor for the Virginia Beach Public Library and committee 
member for the Summer Reading Program. 



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chUdren annually, as well as mounting a children's 
dance theatre smsod at Chryler Museutt Th^tre. It 
has performed full-scale concerts and ai^eared oa tour 
in various localltlM throughwt Virginia. 

The 1976- IMS seMon will begin Oct. 1, and end Fd). 
13, 1977. AwUtlOB lor company members will be held 
at the Guild's studios, the Academy of the Virginia 
Beach BaUet, 17SI L»skln Road, June 5 and June 12. 

For particulars ccnceming the company's pay scale, 
concert committments and auditioning information, please 
call Mr. BarchllM at 425-0994. Both maft and female 
ixaasn will be needed. 



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Pastoral 

programs 

offered 



Tld«tfitey' PsjrcUatrk 
Instltiitt ^^ ofi^tmCli- 
nietl Pastoral E^ih»Uoo 
protrams tUs ynr. Ti|e 
pM pngnms will be con- 
ducted from Jane 8 to Au- 
gust 19 and tnm StfU. 9 
to Nov. 23. 

The ^tfvrfnA t. E^ C. 



Karris, TPI's Pa^nl 
Counselor, will supervise 
the programs. Twp half- 
dajr sessions each week will 
cover: Supervision in Mi- 
Bistry, Consultation with 
Peers, and Dialogue with 
Psychiatrists and Psycho- 
logists. 



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Wanted 






Dmii, EfiMry and Tittoy do honors at ohapal door 



Beach bas 



celebrates 



Tke Chapel at Fleet Combat DirectloD Systems Train- - 
log Center, Atlantic dedieried recently comfdetedCliapdr^ 
doors this last weekend. ^ 

Michael J. Dean, a clvillafl emjdoyee in the Crapbics ^ 
Arts aeetioB of the base, used special niHwr matting ^ 
wUcfc is used in the sand Uasttng process ^marking -^^ 
mtrtde and atone monuffleiits to create the Intricate :; 
designs now adorniig the Chapel doors. 

Cdr.R. K. TiUey, tte hue chaplin, assisted by Dean ' 
•Bd Captain Thoaus Emery, the commandfi^ officer of 
the base, dedicated the doora at a ceremony attended 
by the eoBgragatira attending Snmtay services at the 
base. 

The central designs of the door consist of the emblems 
for the Navy Chaplain Corps and the official Navy 
Navy emblem. The completed doors easily demonstrate 
the tedodcal espertise of Dean and will provide the 
congregation with an inspiring entrance to the Jiase 
chapel. 



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AND GIRLS 

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Monday thru Friday 

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Trashmore festival 
has good f ree f iltns 



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more up-to-thentinute, never more colorful. Shirts, 
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and look first dass. 

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Buchanan named 
to national unit 

Or. E. T. (Joe) Buchanan m. Dean of Student Services 
at Tidewater Commnnity College, Vlrglhia Beach Cam- 
pus has been appoiirted a memt>ei|i4^^i^aM| Pn>- 
fMSionel Dev^optneitf lad Staod^tttHWMiVlfppIv As- 
sociation of Student Personimel Administrat(flfs, it was 
announced during NASPA's Fifty-Eight Annual Meeting in 
Dallas. 

NASPA represents student personnel administrators 
from more than 1,000 colleges and universities. The fif- 
ty-eight year old organisation is the largest and most 
influential student personnel organisation in the country. 

The theme of this year's conference in Dallas, March 
28-31 , which was attended by more than 1,800 adminis- 
trators, was "The Student In Higher Edncation-- Lean- 
ing Styles, Impacts and Valnes." 



Mrs. Bai^raco picked 
for Tidewater honor 



The Sonuner Film Festival at Mount Trashmore is on. 

Every Wednesday evening thnwglioat June, July and 
August free films will be slown in the amphlQieater at 
Mount Trashnuire. 

The films will begin at approximately 8:30 p.ffl. 

Each month the films will follow a theme and we will 
present some original horror films during July. 

If further informatim is needed, please cmtact the Vir- 
ginia Beach Dqiartment of Puts and Recreatioi at 
4700 ReereaUon IMva, or 497-4884. 

The schedule tor films is as follows: June 9- "Miracle 
of the White Stallions"; 16 - "The Point"; 23 - "YeUow 
Submarine"; 30 - "The Barefoot Executive". 

July 7 - "Hunchback of Notre Dame"; 14- "Dracula"; 
21 - "Frankenstein";-28 - "The Birds". 

August 4 - "The African Queen"; 11 - "Horse 
18 - "On the WaterfiiMt"; 25 - "T<^ Hat", feathers": 



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Was|14M.00 

Now • 1,096 

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Was $4,800.00 

Now ^3,600 



Jotinson's Piano 
tuning Service 



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Mary Barraco of Vir- 
ginia Beach has been sel- 
ected as Most Oitfstanding 
Hidden Heroine by the Girl 
Scout Council (NT Gmter 
Tidewater Hiditen Heroine 
Committee. 

She was honored at the 
Saturday evening perfor- 
mance of "A Ionian For 




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"A Woman For AU Sea- 
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and acted by Girl Scouts. 
Six other women have 
been selected as Very 
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Iliey are Mrs. Jane Den- 
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Zelma Rlvin, Portsmouth; 
Mrs. DOTOthy Stelphens, 
Norfolk; Mrs. Beulah Ca- 
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Ground breaking 



Groundbreaking ceremonitt for anew 
bachelor enlisted quariera were heW 
a few days ago at Dam Neck. The tab 
is $2.6 million for the contract given 
to H&S. The deals calls for the build- 
ing of a one-story unit and also athree- 



Virflnia BMCh San, June 9, 1976 - A-7 
story unit. In all, the proiect will have 
164 rDoms and will provide living ac- 
comodations for 400. The ceremony 
involved officers (from left) Brookshire, 
H&S's Hudhepth, Lowery (in charge of 
construction). Brooms, CO T.R.M. Em- 
ery, Simmons and Bui lock. Actual physi- 
cal work will begin immediately with 
the project slated for completion late 
in 1977\ 



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measure of each, a superb degree of craftsmanship, and a fine concern 

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we can make that choice a lot easier^ 



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By LEE CABILL 
Post PoUUal Writer 
City CooDcil is planniOK 
to sue a RichnoDd contrac- 
tor win refiisM to bonor 
tm low bids submitted for 
■aitftary sewerage ticil- 
tties at Birdneck Point. 
A. G. Proctor Co., Inc. 
snbmitted tbe low bids 
amonntiDc to a total of 
|IS5,I»3.4I but requested 
tm Irfds be witbdrawn be- 
cause of matbematlcal er- 
rora. Tbe city's utility en- 
gtoeer and eoBSultiaieaKi- 
aaer said tbe reipiest 
dmM not be boooredjbe- 
caHM tbe errors are not 
jwMfied. 

Qty Maaager George L. 



Haltary 

tbtf Procto^ hasiadteated 

lB|rrttii«ttiatUtbelddU 

awi^rdad tbe company would 

not perform. 

CUty Council Oien award- 
ad tin contracts to tbe ae- 
eoi^ low bidders, M. t. 
Wihu, Inc. for 
9S»,82S.60 ( coOHiared to 
Proctor's m of 
|4^,9S0.M)aHltoD.J.W. 
Co^rtrudioo Co., Inc., for 
H72,M2.K> ^compared to 
Praetor's i^ of 
|3aS,a0S.6i) repreaentbig 
adUforenceofllSS.m.es. 

: Dates Jib«7 

Attorney Dale Bimsou 
said tbat Q^ contractors 
ban tbe rigid to witbdraw 
bid* wttbin a iM days if an 
enior was made. Proctor, 
bo««ver, withdrew UsUds 
aft*r all tbe trids were open. 

(^oacilnu Jobn A. 
Baim was concerned tbat 
Iddders on future contracts 
may wanted to witbdraw 
Uds. "Wtat bqipens wltb 
fitarobidsr' 

Bknton: suft 

Nason believes QwCtty 
woidd be "better <^' in 
court suing for (tamages, 
wbldi would amount to tbe 
diffnwce between tbe first 
and second Uds 

(|lM,n7.«Z} tban In re- 
ealltag bonds aa tbe com- 
paqr. 

The project was divided 
Mo two coirtracts because 
of tts siae. 

Utfwry was aothoriied 
to^oceed wltb tte lltlga- 
tioa. 



OKt refunds 

^ Smother actiona, Comi- 
cfl; 

improved tax reftmds 
totadiag 1127. It. 

Af^OTWd a lease be- 
twooi tbe City (tf Virginia 
Bead and tbe Creeds Vol- 
Htaer FtreD^artmeirtal- 
kM#f a» FlreD«artfflMt 
to ate 260.04 acres loown 
as iM Naval Air Otftoa 
AoSiary Flying Fl^, 

yaar agricultural i 



ing purposes and field 
trials (mly. Tbe lease will 
run five year. 

i^MHroved an agreemoit 
with tbe Rock Cburcb to 
expedite tbe installation of 
sewer on Manor Drive and 
llilbnme Drive in tbe 
Kempsville Colony Subdi- 
vision. Tbe total cost of 
tbe project is |12,359 and 
tbe Rock Cbnrdi bas agreed 
to pay 17,221 at Ms 
amount. 

Approved standard wa- 



ter and sewer agreements 
for water in Cape Henry, 
A.B.C. and D., Lots TiOie, 
Block 13, Section E.,Lynn- 
baven; water and sewer, 
Hermitage Subdivision, and 
water and sewer, Green 
Run PUD, Sectloo A-S, 
Kempsville and Princess 
AnneBorou^. 

Approved on approfola- 
tion of $3,515 from tbe 
Reserve for Contingencies 
for tbe Big Sisters of Tide- 
water Association, Inc. 



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Jones, Rhodes hurl no-hltter 




wins championship 



By 8LA1H THUKMAN 
Sun ^rts Editor 



How sweet it i^: 

The Bayside Marlins won the State AAA Baseball 
ChamploD^bip last w«rt at Met Park to grand Style, 

A no-hltter, do less, was the orter of the day, as the 
MaiiUtt wooi tte duunpion^p tame 3-0. And it was 
o«ly {Rttiic that •rtttwUIe catcher DOnny Jone« and regular 
pitcher Mike Rhodes both combined for it, (or Jones has 
bad to catch Rhodes' bUslng (astballs all season, uid has 
also been the hitting star during the play otfs. 

Before the gkue, MatUa coach Terry Morton said, 
"this is ivhat it's all about. This is what'coaching is all 
about, and this is what pUying is all about." 

Yes indeed. The Marlins had gained a berti in tiw Ilaal 



game after in Inpressive display of power, speed and 
pitching throughout tire play-Dffr, and this was the pay- 
off. The only question was whether or not Rhodes, who 
threw 160 pitches three nights ^rller, could be effective. 
He started in right field, with his usual battery-mate, 
Jones, on the mound. 

B(MD Little, Jones' replacement behind tin plate, quickly 
showed the Ht. Vernon Majors he wasaosoft tou^ M.he 
gunned down the first, and only baserunner to atteApta 
steal, in the first inning. And this was done with a tre- 
mendous wind blowing in from center field. 

In the top of the second inning, Jones seemed determined 
to get himself in trouble as he threw to second for a force, 
but sending the ball into center. However, he neatly Aitii^ 
two bunts and went to third with ttem tOLget Jiims^oiit 
of tte jam. 

AlOough be wasn't allowing any hits, Jones did walk 



some, and in the b9 (rf the fourth, with no score, no outs 
add two 00, Rhode^caiiieintopitcb, Jones went to third, 
and thirdbasemiB GcAe Uch went to right. 

Rhodes fanned the first batter, mudi to theMarlis 
fans' dellgU, and got the aexftattOTtotalt into a Rhodes- 
to- Jones to Kohn double-play. 

The next inning Rhodes resumed^JUs outfield position. 

The bottom of the fifth was tbe ball game. With one 
out, Paul Eidson waa^,^&nd Roy Lohman, wto had already 
^ifKiMlmo^Mrttiai, attempted a sacrifice. The bunt 
war ItfqdSI^ and both baserunoers were safe. A wild 
pit(£ moved them up a base. 

A new pitcher whiffed DH Cedric Holland, but th«i hit 
Le<£ with a IM^ loading the bases with two down. 

Up came Joms. U ever ttere was a'dnteh hit, it was 
his smash down the i^itfield line, which scored all three 



runners. 

That was it torMt, Vernon, fo r Co ach Morton Jhen pit 
Rhodes on the mound, and most of the remaining Majors 
only heard the ball whiz by them. 

Rhodes struck out two batters in the sixth inning, and 
then, with home-town crowd really cooking in the top of 
the seventh, he smoked them, 1-2-3. 

To see the smiles on their faces was to know bow much 
this victory meant. To see the crowd react when Morton 
held up thechamplonshiptn^ihy wastoknowhow tbe Mar- 
lins were loved. 

After the game, the overly modest Jones tried to give 
Rhodes all the credit. Wbenaskedifhe felt he had his best 
stuff, Rhodes too. down-played his efforts. But Jones 
wouldn't let him get away with that. "Come on Mike, tell 
him you were hell!" 

He was hell. They were all bell. 



Photos by Blair Thurman 




With «ii» swing, Donny Jones drove In 
the winning run, wt insilrance run, and 
on the same play, Gene Lech scored. 
Jones' timely hiltingtirou(^mjt the play- 
offs is one of the reasons the Marlins 



wwi ihe state diampionship. H^ hitting, 
catching, and pitching skills sometimes 
get overlooked, but he put it all together 
in the championship game. 



R6y^4.ohman. the Maiiin centerfielder, 
makes^^ahead -first dive, and was called 
safe on a close play at the plate. Loh- 
man scored the second run of the fifth 
inn^, following PaurEidson, who scor- 



ed first. L<^iman also made an incredi- 
ble diving catch, v^ich if missed would 
have been extra bases. Besides that, he 
rapped two singles up the middle in his 
first two trips to the plate. 




When in doubt, the Marlins 
turned to Mike Rhodes. He went 
to ^ moum) in ttie fourth inn- 
ing to rt>ort a potential scoring 
ttireat by the M«Jo«'s- After 
Baysi^ scor^:?its runs, he 



came in again to pitch the final 
t¥W> Inning, striking out five of 
the last six batters, thus pre- 
serving the no-hitter. His re- 
cord ttiis year was 10-3. 



A ciMmploMMp Hug 



Cedric Holland, the Marlin 
right fielder/DH, marvels at tt>e 
diampi(Miship tri^y his team 
won. Holland was one of the 
hottest batters on the Marlins 
this year, who wcnrnd up the 
season witti a 17-6-1 record. 



Baytide kept the state cham- 
pion^ip a beach tradition, as 
Kempsville took it all last year. 
The Marlins hung in there all 
season , came back when they 
had to, wkJ (teserved to win it. 



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wins Coastwise Race 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

Sun Sports Editor 

After 900 miles of sailing l6-toot Hol^ Cats in all 
kinds of weather conditlc.ns, the race was neck and neck 

"Once we rounded Cape Hatteras, wt J»ex we were 
coming in. We weren't stopping for anythli^." 

Those are the words of Mike Worrell, winner of the 
1st Annual Coastwise Race, a 1,000 mile venture stretch- 
ing from Ft. Lauderdalt to Virginia Beach, sponsored 
by Worrell Brothers Nightclub on the Virginia Beach 
strip. 

Worrell's nip 'n tuck finish with Peter Guthrie of 
Florida, climaxed almost two weeks of dangerous rac- 
ing which saw two boats drop out due to damage and one 



crew quit because of sickness. 

Worrell and his crew, Guerry Beatson, pulled ashore 
in Virginia Beach at 3:10 Saturday morning, to a sur- 
prisingly large wfc.coftie on the sami. 

Gutherie pulled in at Ni>gs Head, conceding the race 
after being Li the lead much of tte way. He flaisbed 
the aext dtv. 



"GuthrtC commanded my respect," said Worrell. 
"He Is a real competitor and he is already anxious to 
race next year." Guthrie pilots a 727 for Delta Air- 
lines when not braving the high seas. 

Peter opened up a big lead on the first day," said 
Worrell, "because he sailed during the n^ht. We hadn't 
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Softball, tennis tourneys held 



The boys Softball tournament was held at Bayside with 
the host team winning over Kellam in the final game 
6-4. , - 

Members of the Bayside team were: Carl I^ugherty, 
Cassell Burden, Mike Starling, Mike Kessle^ Mike 
Gargiulo, Gray Johnson, Joey MiDer, Steve Wack, John 
Owens, Chuck Bethel and Lewis Deliaugh. 

The girls Softball tou ma mertiras held at First Colon- 
ial with Cox defeating Kempsville in the final game 9-8. 

Members of the Cox team were; Tina Vii^U, Taml 
Disher, Laura Morris, Melissa Principe, Ruth McGovem, 



Veraa Dickens, Jodie Taylor, Melinda Warren, Bodie 
MaxwU, Patsy Wniis, and Liz Rhodes. 

The girls tennis toumaipent was held at Princess 
Anne with the following winners: Required Siiigles, 
Carolyn Cann, First Colonial; Required Doubles, Sherry 
Downing, Princess Anne; Kathy Callan, ElectiveSingles, 
Marilee Russell, Princess Anne; Elective Doubler, 
Tammy Carroll, Ronda Blanks, Princess Anne. 

' These are the last extramurals for the current school 
year. 



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problem drinker. But help is 
also an answer. At the Alcohol- 
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Tidewater, help is offered 
through treatment in a total 
therapeutic environment. 
Medical and psychological 
specialists work together to 
conduct comprehensive 
individualized programs. After 
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devoted to helping individuals 
reshape habits and regain 
lost self-confidence. 

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By Shannon Cox 

Dept. of Park and 

Recreation 

As the Baseball-Soft - 
ball season moves on into 
the month of June, there 
are four leagues that have 
already completed half of 
their scheduled games; the 
Midget and hitermediate 
baseball leagues for boys 
and the Pre-Teen and Teen 
Softball leagues for girls. 
Of these four divisions, 
there are nine undefeated 
teams, and fifteen other 
teams have only one loss. 

Within the Midget league 



of 32 teams, iCempsville 
holds all four dlvlslcnal 
leads. The Kempsville Car- 
dinals are 8-0 and tied 
with the Woodstock WUd- 
cats who are 7-0: In the 
se<»nd division, ; the 
Kempsville Braves are 8-0, 
in the third, are the Kemps- 
ville Cubs 8-0 and the fourth 
division is led by the 
Kempsville Royal, 8-0. 
The Mi(^et league, has 
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The Intermediate lea- 
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tion. Of 21 teams these 
three divisions are head- 
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Orioles, 6-0, the Wood - 
stock Rangers, 6-1 and the 
Arrowhead Chiefs, S-1. 
These teams have played 
about 8 games apiece with 
six to go. Ralnoots will be 
brought back at the e*nd of 
the season. 

The Pre-Teen Girls soft- 
ball league has three di- 
vistons, 'made up of 29 
t«ms, and league l»^ag 
honors have been ramedby 
the Tborooghgood Fillies 
$-1 and tte Diamond 
brings Diamondettes, 8-0. 
• The third division is in a 
three way tie with jn^ one 
loss ifiiece; the Aragona/ 
Ptmbi^ke raider's, ^"^ 
Pla£a Patriots and the 



Creeds Demons'. This lea- 
gue has played seven gam- 
es and two games have been 
rained out. There are nine 
more regularly scheduled 
games to go. 

The Teen Girls Softball 
league has 28 teams, and 
the league leaders ar6 the 
Thalia/Malibu Hustlers at 
6-0, the 'Creeds PungoPals 
with a record 'of 8-0 and 
the third division is led 
by the Woodstock Angels 
6-0. Each team has played 
about eight games with two 
rainouts' to make up at the 
end of the season. They 
have nine regularly sche- 
duled games logo.' 

These leagues are very 
competitive and each team 
is capable of knocking off 
Us ojqnnent. R will ^ la- 
terestli^ 4o see how things 
turn out. 



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(snly) at the Plata Fire- 
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19. 



Both flag foott»ll and 
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y^rs old. 

For further inforroatioi 
call Larry Ri^s at 340- 
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doing it, we would have to. " ^ 

By running ahead so soon, Guthrie managed to evade 
some iroi^ condititms off Cape Canaveral, a luxery 
the other boats couldn't take advantage of. Two of the 
starting five boats gcrt no fnrther, sustaining serious 
stnictunl damage, 

Dave Roberts, another Floridlan, related his ex- 
perience. "We were able to get to get out easily, despite 
the 18-foot waves, M tte bent flin)ed over in 30 mile go 
hour winds. The boat was damaged and we i»ulda't 
right it. We had to stand in two feet of Water. 

"The wind was blowing us away from the sboreand 
after a couple of hours, we fired our flares, but no one 
saw them. Finally the wind shifted from the east, which 
was a relief. 

"For a while, two sharks followed us, )Qst five feet 
under the trampoline, bat they 1^. 
^•We had three days worth at find and wter, hat It 
was stored in one of the pontoons, which was upside 
down. The hatch was under water, and the goods were 
floating at the top and we couldn't reach them. I wu ' 

reedy to cut through the pontoon if I bad to. 

"After 13 hours, we finally drifted In. Some pec^e 
dressed for dinner jumped in to help us, shoes and all. 
I'm ready to go again." 

After the mishits at the Cape, and after sickness 
took hold of one crew o^ Myrtle B«id> S.C., there were 
but two boats left. 

Part of the exclteme^ of the race, according to Wor- 
rell, was the fact that there was no contact between 
sailors, and they bad very little Met l»w tur ahead or 
behind they were. "It kept us going all the time," said 
Worrell. 

He had taken great piins to determine wten the best 
winds fbr sailing would prevail. "I had cousiMmI charts 
and tables and thought the prevailing winds would be In 
our direction, but you can never teU about those things. 
We only had five days of sailing with the wind. The 
rwt of the time we were bucking head winds. It was a 
heck of a lot tougher than I had expected. 

"A head wind hit us off CharlestOBi a northeaster, 
and ^yed with us five days until we got to Cape Look-.- -.^-^ 
out, N.C. Guerry stayed in the trapeze, but he knew 
that was his job before we started. We Were tired, 
sle^y, wet and hungry." 

Instead of water, Worrell and Beatson carried Gator- 
Aid and a thermos of hot coffee. "That thermos became 
the most important piece of property on the boat. I 
wmildn't have sold it for $100." 

They alw carried some canned food, although tbey 
usually pulled ashore when they were rmdy to eat. 

Despite Gottate's early lead, Worrell caaght up and \:f 
^rted playing cat and mouse. ^ 

"We passed him 12 miles north of (^peFear, M.C., ■* 
on Wednesday morning, and sailed untU 10:30 that night. S 
We palled in at the only light we saw, which turned out v:^ 
to be Camp Lejeune. While we were sacking oat with S? 
the Marines. Guthrie sailed all nigU and passed us. '^.^ 
"All the next day wh«i we came in to eat, people : * 
told w we w«|||||i|K*nAn«es behind him. We 
the night 10 tniyfHiabf Cape Lookout, oti a dei 
beach in dur sleefdng bags, 

"The next morning, after two hours of sailing, we 
passed them on the beach. We couldn't sneak past, 
and when they saw us, tiiey burridly rigged their boat 
q) asd k^ pace with us all day. '^'^ 

"The wind picked 19 te 25-35 knots and they chased 
us to Cape Hattens. As we rounded the point, we j^^ 
were about 300 yards ahnd. I tacked to get a l>«tte>''9H| 
position to cross Diamond Swals, lint Guttarie was a '^""^ 
Utile higher on the wind and was able to cut under me 
UKi opened iq> a 300 yard lead. 

"We caught iq> and finally pulled atead. By night- 
fall he was well behind. We knew if we ston>ed for the 
night, .Guthrie wmil^ pass us, so we kt^ sailing vsiil 
. we reached Virginia Bttdi at 3:10 Saturday morning. 
Guthrie knew he couldn't catch us anl pulled in at 
Nags Head andsailed tn'the oezt day. 

"If I had written a movie script, I cod^t have made 
it more exciting. I loved it. 

"We h^ hoped to land duri^ the day a> tlrare would 
be Mme ^ple ttere," jsald Worrell, ^'and when we 
saw all those people on tin b^ehiWre thought someone 
bad drowned. I wa^ just numb when we finished. Just 
numb. , 

"lliere was« T.V. crew and the lights blindalusa 
little. We bad been sailing in absolute darkness. No 
. nuxHi or anything. Even, if we had to uses flashily, 
we just flipped It on for a second, so as not to ruin 
our. night-eyes. It was so ^rk we couldn't ev«i see 
the satis. We sailed by feeL" 

Now its*over, and Mike Worrell tas a lot to savor. 
A hard.fboght »ce compeUtlve to the end, hard weather 
to sail in and a victory pla^e to show for his and Bea- 
tson's efforts. ^ 

He is ^|rMdy planning Mat year's face, mafUng new 
rules and reciting sailon. R will probably be a win- 
ner. ) 

Beach basketball 
camp to draw stars 



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The Eighth Annual Vir- 
ginia Beach BasketbaU 
tCarap, qxmsored by the 
aar of the Sea PTA will 
be held August 2-6. 

Leo Anthony, head bas- 
kettall coach at Princess 
Anne High is the director, 
and will be 'ai(ted by other 
ar«i caches. 

Outstanding college coa- 
ches and players will also 
be uo Itie stall, isomeoitbe 
former instructors have 
been: Mo Howard, S>hil 
Ford, Toa McMillan and 
Monty Towe. 

AntbcMiy said he opects 
to get some more top talmt 
tUs y«ir. The camp is 
open to* boys ^ht ywta 
old to the smior y^r in 
Ugh school. High school 
graduates are not eligible. 

InstructicM will be in 



three age grotqis and actual 
team {day wiU b« stressed. 
Tn^hles will be given to 
the (Mitstandlng camper in 
each grade level. There 
will be free throw ampe - 
titioo, one on one compe- 
tition, and team eompeti- 
ti(». 

The purpose of the camp 
Is to giw Instru^km in 
iaskrtiall fir: jinentals to 
boys who have a <toire to 
improw their lUUtles and 
to pin grater knowledge 
of tte pme. 

Anthony said ttet there 
are Just a llmfted number 
c^nings for campers, and 
that onee tte quota is fiUed, 
no more campers can be 
acc«^«l, so sip q^ earty. 

For furtter iaforiMtlcn 
call Leo Aphony at 486- 
42Mortt2-3284,orAltott 
mU at 486-6487. 



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Beach to hear 
prayer speech 



How intalUfMit prayer Inds to sptri- 
twl rttllty wUl be discussed in a free 
public lecture in VirglnU Beacb Sittday, 
at 7 p.m. 

Joseph G. Heard, a Citristiaii ScicDce 
teach and lecturer from Miami, will note 
that the "desire to Iokiw what is real 
(grates stronfly in people." 

He will spealc in Liokhom Paric Ele- 
menUry School, 1431 LaslUn Road under 
tte ausirtces of First Church of Christ, 
Scientist, Virginia Beach. The lecture 
is opta to the public without charge. 

liiss lUrgo Matthew, who is Second 
Reader at the Virginia Beach Christian 
Science church, will introduce ^letrd. 
Local arrangements for the eTent are be- 
ing handled by lecture committee chair- 
man, Austin Manager. 

He ms eduatad at the University of 
Pennsylvania, Harvard Business ScImwI, 
and the University of MUmi in Florida, 
where he earned Ma Juris Doctor De- 
gree. 

Heard served as manager of the Youth 
Diviston of the Department of Branches 
and Practitioners for The First Church 
of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. 

In 1968 he Jwcame a member of The 
Christian Science Board of Lectureship, 
and hu spolcen at several hundred uni- 
versities in North America, Europe, and 
South America. He has bean a teacher 
of Christian Science since 1970. 

His lecture is entitled 'Finding ReaUty 
Through Prayer." 



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Leonard Cambett 
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Sumlay School 10:00 a.m. 

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7:00 p.m. 



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Rev. David Hdstein, Pastor 

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Ph. 497-8703 

Sunday School Hr. 

AM. 

Hour acn-bimpb 10:50a.m. 

Junior, Youih, * Adult 

Fellowshi|>-6:00 P.M. 

Hour of Inspiratton-7:00 

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Wednesday Mid-week 

Up-llft 7:80 RM. 



Beginnins 



A Marriage b a beginning-of a Ufeloag r«latioiuliip, of a new famUy, of a loving partner, 
iUp. Many people talk of a wedUUng aa If It were the end of something. "And they lived 
happily ever alter" It the mual eo^ of lowe itorie. hi fairy tales and Hollywood. Perhaps 
dut U lAy ao many young people are «> eaaily dlsiUusioned. They do not expect that mar- 
riage at tfanea can tovolve hard work, compromiae and frustration. However, the rewards 
of ftickhig with a marriiife, ewen when the gobig geta rough, are worthwhile. There U no 
other reUtlonship ao meaningful aa a good marriage. 

A sound marriage will hidude God, for a wedding is more than a pro- 
mbe brtween two people, It is also a covenant with God. God has never 
prondsed that we wiU "Uve happily ever after", but with God's help a 
couple can seardi for the solution to their problems. As we hear young 
couples say Uielr weddhig vows, it is an opportunity to renew our own 
vows and tolmnembcr dut minttge is a beginid|^ 




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Austin 

married 

Gail Lpls Fafarabottme 
Mrs. John Kelly AusSn in 
a rseeat ceremony at the 
Ualvtrstty of Virgiaia 
Chisel, Charlottesville. 

The bride U the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lew 
R. Fafara of Norfolk. The 
groom is the SCO of Mr. 
and Mrs. George William 
Austin Jr. of DePari Way 
in VlrginU Beach. 

The bride was given away 
by her father and Father 
Regis O'ConneU officiated. 

Maid of honor was Lynn 
K. Barter, and the brides- 
maids included Pamela 
Cole, Linda Sch^ and 
Mrs. Diane Konneday. 

B^ man was George 
WlUlam Auftla Jr., and the 
ushers were Glen M. Fa- 
Un, Michael Austin and 
Steve muae. 

A raeopUon foltowed in 
the PrMident's Garden. 

Hie bride is a Norvlew 
graduate currently attend- 
bt theUVa. Tlw groMi is 
a Late Taj^r grad also at 
UVa. 

Choir sets 
concert here 

Tto Chapel Choir (over 
100 volcM) of First l&ap- 
ttst (^ffch, Lrt*ock,Tei- 
as will give a concert Sun- 
^ ikfUlMfJ^ at Fltrf 
B^tist OnnA, VirgbiU 
BMch. 

Tte Char^ U located 
on SSth areet at HoUy 
Road. 

The CMt ittre^ is 
RMLowry ami tolr Pas- 
tor is K-. Jeroy WAer, 
PntidMi oftteSoMem 
BaiMtt Owvwtton. 

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CAUL STEWART TOURS 
387-2064 or 399-0677 

(KX-MC 188-iM) 



Tldewatsr Auto Parts 

SSn Va. BeachBlvd. 

JiAn L. Vassar A Employees 

RoMwood Memorial Park 

•31 Witch Dock Rd. 

C. C. Klrlqwtrick A ^aff 

HAM Contracting Co. 

818 Industrial Ave. 

Monte. P. Howell A Employees 

John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1964 Laskln Rd. 

John M. Wright A Associates 

Keliam-Eaton Insurance Co, 

SU Pacific Ave. 

Bailey Parker ConstructkMi 

2£42 Great Neck Rd. 
Baily Parker A Em^oyees 



497-4881 



4^-8925 



545-7391 



425-8702 



Compliments of Ingram Pharmacy 

207-25th St. 428-6363 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 

Brand Name A^diances -TV-Stereo 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Taylor B. Carr A Employees 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 
Mary E. Rehpelz A Employees 



428-9161 



481-7051 



Kellam A Eaton, Inc. Bidg. Supplies 

Phncess Ann Station 

Frank A David Kellam 427-3200 

Home Federal Savings A Loan Association 

1635 Laskln Rd. 

Church Accomrts Welcome 426-0327 

Simlele Funeral Home 

3795 Bomiey Rd. Between I n de p en d e n ce A RoseBoat—- 
Vic Semiele A Joe Hedgq)rth 340-1717 

Compliments of Early Distributing Co. 
Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. Beadi 
Fumiture-Bedding-Caipeting A Assessories 



Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. . 
James R. Stohl A Associates 

Smith A Keene 

5734 Sellegar Drive 

E. Gilbert Keens A Associates 



622-3706 



497-4854 



491-9863 



497-4851 



420-1231 



Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 2981 S. Military Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin A Employees 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin tut. ^f^<^i=^ 

L.H. Bums A Staff 



HIgglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 

Cecil M. Harrison A Associates 

Wwren-Siebert^age k». 

Jack Sirtwn A Si«ii 

Larasan Realty Corp. 

3041 Va. Bea<A Blml. 

Lawmce A. Sancilio A Associates 



420-St») 



Beach Ford 

2717 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Jim Morrisette A Employees 

Contractors Paving Co., inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 
Clinton Teets A Staff 



Kempsyiile Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 

Complhnents of Pet Ice Cream 



428-5951 



486-2717 



340-3030 



340-1161 


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497-3516 


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B-4 - Virginia Beach Sun, June 9. 1976 



Fahey wins 
book honors 



Lt. Gen. Jean E. Engler USA-RET, Editor of Officer 
Review, a professional journal distributed to the national 
membership of the Military Order of the World Wars, 
has jounced that an article by John A. Fahey of Vir- 
ginia Beach has been selected for publication in the 
journal's May issue. 

Fayey's article titled, "The United Nations Anomaly", 
questions the legality of the Soviet UnioA's three-to- 
one voting strength advantage in the United Nations in 
view of Article 2 of the UN Charter which states: 
"The Organization is based on the sovereign equality 
of all its Members.^ 

The article reviews the steps of USA-USSR negotia- 
tions and agreements which led to admission of two 
Soviet republics, Ukraine and Byelorussia, with equal 
nation status in the United Nations providing additional 
votes for the USSR in the General Assembly. 

Fahey reveals Stalin's written promise to Roosevelt 

^supporting increased United States voting strength in the 

UN if Roosevelt found himself pressured by Congress 

as a result of the decided three-to-one voting advantage 

given to the Soviet Union. 

Recent articles by Fahey attracting national attention 
are: "The Berlin Tragedy" and "Method: The Elusive 
X Factor in Language Teaching". Both articles aKwared 
last year in Torch and Russian Language Journal. 




Nihty accepts hit citation 

Fahey was an unsuccessful state Senate candidate last 
year. 

He is shown in the picture opposite with Capt. Wal- 
ter .K. Stow Jr., the photo taken in 1963 when Stow 
presented Fahey with the Army ComMMhtlDn MedM. 
They are now reunited in retirement: Sto* is eommaa- 
der and Fahey senior vice commander ;of the Betch 
cfaa{rter of the Military Order of the World Wars. 



I'M t i um i Mam i miMna i mTO WM i wa^ ^ 



Many Beach shows 






Dome schiedule busy 
for summer months 



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13 new courses 
slated by ODU 

The Bounty-Rainbow Programs of Old Dominion Uni- 
versity's School of Continuing Studies will offer 13 new 
non-credit courses beginning ih mid-June. Fees range 
from $12 to $35, and courses ar{>Jn|u^^eii}it weeks 
feng wi^ classe* 9ei!^l^fi;c;<^fVHMKr9ln~taaw)e ' 
speedwriting, reading improvement, modem jau dance, 
mountain clog dance, arts in the 20th century, understand- 
ing standardized tests, andassertiveness training for men 
and women. For information concerning registration, lo- 
cation, times and fees of all new courses, call the Bounty- 
Rainbow Office, 489-6291. 

Kids class offered 



Tidewater Montessori SdMMls is offering a summer 
program for children 2 1/2 to 6-years-old. The pro- 
gram will be $15 a week and begins June 20 utd run 
six weeks 9 to wmn five days a week. It will be limited 
to 10 children, so that many field trips and craft pro- 
jects, which require small teacber-p«q>il ratio, may be 
planned. 

The school is located in the Pembroke Manor United 
Church of Christ, 601 Constitution Drive, Virginia 
Beach. 

For more information call 499-0723. 



Info school set 

The next Naval Air Station Oceana Navy Wives Service 
Information School will be held June 15, 16, and 17 from 
noon to 4 p.m. in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, NAS 
Oceana. 

The school is designed to inform the Navy wife of 
available services and benefits and to answer questions 
she might have concerning the Navy. Free nursery service 
is available. 

For more information and reservations call the HAS 
Oceana Educational Services Office at 425-2613 or 425- 
2614. ^ 



Enrollment Is up 

Summer school enrollment for the first two sensions 
at Old Dominion University is iq> 24 per cent from last 
year, according to preliminary figures from ODU's Of- 
fice of Evening and Summer Programs. 

Dr. Donald F. Coriett. director of the office, saU 4,118 
students have registered for 13,262 credit hours in the 
first two sessions. With registration yet to be completed 
tor the final three sessions of summer sctool, a total (rf 
10,160 students have registered for 28,211 credit hoars In 
all five sessicws. 



Duff wins award 

Seven W. Duff received the 1976 Pi GammuHu Award 
in Honors D»y ceren»»tes at Madison College. 

Pi Gammu Mu is a oitional social science hcmorary so- 
ciety. 

Duff is the sra (^ Mr. tad Mrs. Robert D. Duff, 3809 
Annia Lane, Virginia B«aeh. 



Congratulations, Bess 

Mrs. Bess EUm Cosgrove of Aragona was named to 
the Dean's Ll^ for the winter quarter at Tldeinter 
Community College, the Virginia Beach campus. Mrs 
Cosgrove's ^ry is a wonderful one: she is hamii- 
etnied and returned to classes after 25 years absence 




The Virginia Beach Civic Center Dcfme is planning 
its 18a summer scbedlde to include a variety of acti- 
vities wltii appeal to all ages . 

A bicentennial flavor will accent mwy of the public 
events. \ 

Seven mosical concerts raagiiif fiiom iPdck to ))uct 
to comitry will bring natiAnflUy ktvnrti M«rtdd|iiment to 
the 1,900-seat auditorium, Sis coomiOMr.-^^rtanted trade 
shows will provide dii^lhjs, demoostrniaa, speieial 
attractions and lectures dj»lgncd to Ippeal'fo residents 
and visitors alike. Remaining dates will be filled iitb 
conventloos, private parties, banquets and ftmd-ralsing 
raffles O^bigo). 

fjiuf scMtale win offer Whlqwr Concerts will 
'ft'^MMa ant an evwiilag -tVi^Umn itm% 
(June 18}Jbr an ,8 p.m. show. 

The Fifteenth Annual Virginia Beach Music Festival 
will bring 8 high school bands for concert and march- 
ing competition (June 14-^11). ^ 

Twoity tiwusand Southern Baptists will ecnverge on 
Tidewater (June 10-17) ftr meeUnf&in Soqw add In tile 
Civic Center with closed circuit televUlen bookopa. 
Ben^t bingo with cash prises will be held most Sondajr, 
Tuesday and Wednesday «vealii|s In June. , 

During July, IHilsper CoHcertf will bring "Barry 
Chapln" to the center for two shows (Jult 2)"at 8 
and 11 p.m. *B. B. King" wiU hlghligirt two shows 
(July 11} at 6 and 9 p.m. EladTo S(»ad, Inc. will presut 
Its Mosii:. and Sound Saw* (Jdl; 8-10) tutoring diqdays 
of various consumer electronic equipment and miiiii^ 
instmmems. Tickets wlU be available through Ticketron. 

Antlquti plannad 

The Annual Munderly Antiques Show (July 29-Aug. 1) 
will bring exhibitors IrcMi 13 states with (Umiture, 
jewelry Ud related collectors ttemf. prteoads will 
beneflt the Sisterhood of T«mple Eniami«r.'4tepoflt,bto|o 
will be held most Mmidaj, Tuesday and Wednesday 
evenings in July. ^. 

A MpeeM Bicentennial Celebration will stiute Amer- 
ica's 800th birthday (July 3) with a daM^ iMturi^ 
Harry Smithson and the Odden Sounds umltr tlie Dome 
from 8 p.m. to one. 

In August, the Annual Custom Car and Motorcycle 
Show (Aug. 6-6) will preset^ over 75 etUbflbi w^th spec- 
ial guest Midoel Gray oftetavisioii's ''Sla#B''. 

The Norfolk Gem and Mineral Society will presem 
its Sixth Amual Jewelry; CMb And Hinwgi Show (Aug. 
13-15) featuring ^MenatiOMl dealers, gom and mineral 
fossil displays, appraisals, sand painting demonstra- 
tions and educatioml lectures. 

The Bicentennial Commission will sponsor an Outdoor 
Festival (Aug. 22) featuriiif tthibits, demoMtrationsand 
sales of handicrafts, ^^talument will M profbtod 
hourly and spedal evwtc wiU lacMe a.ilag pageiM 
and Navy band cornnrt. IbM^ and country music shows 
are pknned for late AngoM. 

Blngoa Oil toi^ * 

Benefit bingos will be held each Hond&y, Tuesday 
and Wednesday evenii^ in Ahgust. Labor ^ weekend, 
the Mens Garden Club of tidewater wUI present its 
lUrd Aanual Flower and Cku-deo ^tiN^^it. S-5). 
Special red, white and bU4 fioral itt^^yit w81 be pre- 
sented if the cities <a Norfaik, MrttmeMft and Vir- 
ginia Beadi. Twelve hortloiltunil societies will be re- 
presented "and tte Uma iSirttn Ct^ wQl offer over 
UMB mittsual piams for sale. • 

S^enriMr wUl briiw U,O0D m«ugher»jitf .Ifae Mid" 
Atlantic ^ne Association to the Baadt fbr the Shrine's 
annual a>Avention. Colorful parades and social gatherings 
will h^^ this popular event. 

Tha Vifgitia Beach Wildfowl Carvers and Collectors 
Guild will present its first annual Show (Sept. 17-19) 
featurtiV wildfowl carringa, decoys tfni displays of 
natural ait. The 1976 sufflmer s«isOd wUI «od in grand 
style with the Third Anoul Neptune Festival (Sept 
24-October 3) featuring a multitude of pvbltcaltivitie^-- 
many of which will fill the ClvlaCntardiflnrtfaeM- 
tire ten-diy period 

For ukUtloBal information OB qii^uniqf jMnnts,^ caU 
Dome's business office at iU-W». 



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PUBLIC NOTICES 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit CObrt of the.; 
City of Virginia Btach, on '■ 
the 28th day of May, 1976 
Doreen Audrey Durante, 
Plhlntitr, 
against ~ 
Antboqr Durante, 

D«f«aatM. ■-'*■.■ s*?' 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a diforca A 
Vinculo MatrioMU firom: 
the said defeodUutt, iqiontha 
grouMto of the parttes hav- 
iof limd ertiroly sqiarate 
and apart for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit havli% 
beeniUale and fU«i that 
Jha^MsBdant Is anon n 
bia^m/Ot the SUte ^of" 
VltpUg the last known 
KNR offica address b«iiig:4 
mS' Fresno AnmmfPm-^ 
sacoii, Florida it is m 
deired^that he do appeir 
here Wthm ten /ID) ^ 
after doe poblicatieii'tere^ 
cti- ai do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A coev-Teete: JOHN V. 
FEirniESS, CLERK 
By: VlrginU B. AUen D, 
Clerk. 

Christie * Cutterman 
»S First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 2MS4 

VBS 6/9,6/16, 6/23, 6/30 

4t ^ 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Offlce of the 

ClTcoltrCourt of the City of 

Vai'»6A!h,^on the 17th day 

of May,. 1976. 

Lools' Edward Taylor, 

TIalntiff, 

agUnst 

Beatrice P. Taylor, 

Defendant. 

.Tt» object of this suit 
is to obtain a dlwrce a 
mensa et tboro tohetmlP 
aeqeaUy mergettHUoa^- 
vtinCe a-, vinculo iMtaflmoiHl 
fnntr the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of deser- 
tion. 

And'an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
tendknt la a oon-resldeot 
tM the State of VI 
the last known post office 
address being: P. 0. Box 
183, Manchester, Conn. 
06O40. it is ordered that 
she •dstappear'here within 
(U^ys after 4aepHbllea- 
tloar. hereof, and 4o what 
may be necessary to pro-' 
teet-..her interest in this 
suit.. " - 
A COPlr-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. AUen D. 
Clerfc. 

Kelberg * Childress 
533 Newtown Rd. 
Vtifinia Beach, Va. 22462 

VBS-5/26, 6/2, 6/9, «/16 

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(fflOER OFPUBUCATION 

In the Cleit's Office of the 

Circuit Conrt/of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

ISth (fay of May, 1976. 

Heini M. Firmfaac^, 

Plaintiff, 

ivainst 

Soswftha C. Firmhach, 

The object of this suit U 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
c«k> matrtmontt from the 
said defeodaM, vpm the 
groandtofdoeertioa. 
And anaftlctovlthaviBgbecn 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is anott-resideatOf 
the mti of Viiiiaia, tte 
lait khom put once add- 
ress beinr. IS Bridie 
Stre^ GUertTaie,liisaa- 
chusetUit Uorderedtttf 
he do qipear here wMrii. 
tea <10) days after dee 
pdMieatlon herei^ aid do 
what may be aoMsary to 
protect his intwest ta this 
suit. 

A c^-TestC: JOBS V. 
W&mwm, CLERK 
BYi Vlrgiida B. Allen 0. 
Clerk 

Wn F. Bumslde 
tMLasUnRd. 
Ta. Beadi, Va. 

VBS-5/19, 5/2«, 6/2, 6/9 

ORDER OF PUBLICATK)N 
IS the Clerk's Office Of the 
Clrcatt C^mrt of the City 
Id Vlifiaia BeacA, m the 
lOIh m of May, 19^. 
Bein Ibrte Bmttanoa 
alley, 
PlatatiO, 



Donnie Ray Sealey, 
Defendant. 

The object of tUs suit 
is to Obtain a divorce a 
meosa et thoro ftem the 
said defendant, ^m the 
grounds of desnika. 
And an affidavit taida|>he«i 
owteandmedflMttede- 
tadttt is a BQB-rMldeiit 
of the State of Virginia, 
tie IkM kaowa post offin 
addraA beiag: c/o PeQe- 
tier Ford, Highway 17, 
Sorth, MmhrtUa, Itett 
CaroUla ft Is ortered that 



she do appear oere. within 

tea (10} daya after dte 

puhlicatloo hereof, and do 

what may be neceasary to 

protect her Interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Te^e: iOHN V. 

FEmRm, CLERK 

BY: Vlrgiida B. Alien D. 

Cl«t. . 

Glaaser 4 Olasser 

SOIPlauGM 

V8S-5/19, 5/86, 1/2. 6/9 
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ORDBt OF VmUCATlQB 

IntheClerfc'aOmceofthe 

Circ^t Court of the City of 

Viq^ Beach, on tte IMh 

(tar of May, im. 

Bobert Jotm Vlttmaa, 

Plaintiff. 

agalaat 

a«ida¥aadowWtttman. 

Oefamalt. 

TheobjMlQffldjimiitia 
to obtaiaa dbtt^aylBto- 
h> matrifflolitifromtteaald 
defendant, «|uttegrouiida 
of deaertiofe lor a period 
of more than OM year. 
And anaffiAyithatlagbemi 
made andflkdthatdueiHU- 
geace haa beenoMdbyor 
in bdmlf oftheComalaiiiant 
to ascertain in whIcscouBty 
or eorp<^tiOn the Defen- 
dant ia..imivwtjrflNt.^ 
last known pintt tftcead- 
dreu hebig: S8M fwflac 
Road, Vir^ BOad, Vir- 
giaia SSmlu ordered 
ttat she do aoMar here 
within ten(lQ)daysafterdoe 
pnUication hereof, nd do 
what may he heccaaar* to 
protect ur interest in this 
suit. 

A c(q)y-Teste: JOHN V. 
F&NTRKS. CLERK 
^i J^lrgmia B. Allan, 

Alan B. Corneas 

5266, Ef Princess Amie Rd. 

Vbflnfa Beach, Va. 2)«2 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
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Aad asafSdavithayiaghoeo 
mi^vadfttad that the de- 
fandaat tt h^eyed to he 
de$eaa«d and itt laidlmowa 
pmttttm address la m- 
biM tt^Uwdendthat 
J. Thnaaa Braye do ^ 

petf h^ «^ (10) ten 

<b9B after ^le piMleation 

hereof; aad do irimt may 

be neemnanr to protoetUs 

interest la this suit. 

JCWIi V. FP?.TRE.SS 

CitkdW.. 

By: Baitara A.Walls,D.C. 

Ktilam, PlckrellandUw- 

ler 

1020 P * M Mdg. 

Norteft, Va. 2)510 

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ORDSR OF PWKLICATIOS , 
to the CjMk'a Office 
of the Clrcidt Court at tte , 
City cl larglBla Beach, on/ 
thd aHh day of May, IVft 
Uaamt. Selby, 
PtalMifl, 

^^ Uun Settiy. 
Drfiidaat. 

Th<r object a thU salt 
is to obtain a decree, of 
dtvoree a vinculo au- 
tilnoou t^m ttedetaidnit 
xpaa the grooida of llvlag 
separate and apart tor a 
period of OM nar. 

iUtd as atftdaTlt havtag 
been naiie ud fUed ttat 
the defMdant is a non- 
raaidaM ol tte SUte of 
Viifinla, tte last lamwu 
nm oOlee addreta h^: 
nr MarUW street, |(ai^e 
WaddiitoiMlHitlaor- 
dMwdttnt aha do appear 
hm Wtlida tan (10) daya 
aftw dne puMlcatlon here- 
of , and do what may be 
neceaaary to protect her 
intereatlattissalt. 
A eaw-teite: JOBH V. 
FKHTRESS. CLERK 
Bf: VirginU B. Allen D. 
cieift. 

BteMt^ Butter 4 Montana 
TSd'AUantle Nat. Bankfidg 
M&fi^ Virginia 

VBS «/9-%'16> 6/23, 6/30 
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Plaintiff, 

mloat 

Ifisaa DelwM^wers, 

Defuxfant. ^ 

The i^eet of this mtit 
Is to oiAain a dlvorcl a 
vinculo matrimonii kf^ 
tte aaid defendant, i^wi 
the groonto of one yanr'a 
ti^ratiflp. 

And anafiidavithaviiighean 
made ami flled timt tte M- 
fendaot Is a non-residM 

et tte Sate «f VirgiiUa, 
tte laat knowa poat office 
Mdreaa.beiart e/o C. T. 
PeiUn Sate Moital Hoa- 

ftal, Jeasnp, Maryland ft 
la ord«wd that she 
do anpear hare wlttln ten 
(10) daya after (hm pnb* 
ilcuion teretrf, anddoitet 
may be neceaaarv to i8t>- 
tect her iirierest la tUa 
suit. 

A ecw-Teste: JOHN T. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk 

tnuiam H. Colona, Jr. 
1S97 Laddn Rd; 
Va. Beach, Va. 23491 



5/19, 5/26, 6/2, «/• 



(%DER OF PUBLlCATIOa 
In the Clerk's (Xtteeotttf 
Circuit Court of tte Cityii 
VirgiaU Beach on tte Slat 
dayofMan^i, 1976. 
DoDaM Raasell Garland, 
Plaintiff, 



, Lavm Garland, 
Defudairt. 

Hie object of ttls suit la 
to obtain a divoreeameian 
et thoro to be later meignd 
and enUrged into a flari 
decree of divorce avinciaa 
matrinmnU from the aaM 
deftndaid, voathegroiadi 
otteaeitlani 

And aaaiadavtthavttgbnai 
made and flled that the dd* 
iaadant is anoa-resid«ttal 
tte SUte of Virglnta, the 
last known pont office nd- 
dreaabeiaf;'42S9Klm8H 
War, SanUaio, CaliftwadB 
it it ordered that dw if 
^pear here- within tenfiq 
daya after «ie paMlcatlBi 
hereof, and do iritttmaylN 
necMaaay to prote^ IM 
iBMreat In this sutt. 
A-copy ^Teate: JWIM f.t 
FiSTHESS, CLERK 

Ylr^aia B. AIM, 



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Ldiiti W.JCershner 
5M Intependeoce Bldg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 



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ORDER OF PUOLICATIOM 




ynAWV. 

m&datrator of the Estate 
of WOlfam Paul Oarrlck, 



Plaintiff 

IREME E. HOLT, 
Defendant. 

LAW DOCKET 
NO. L-2SS4 

Tin oi^aet of a petttloa 
bendtac in the idMm aeUon 
is to oUala aa teiar i^ 
provin|a convrooteeset- 
bemea of an dalhaa lor 
the wn^tlOdMtttfdain'- 
tifra deeedHit, wmm 
Pna Garrl^ a deeeaaod 
inlant, and dtredttg dia- 
trfb^km-iw the Start of 
the proceeiu tteredf . 

And Affidai^llaviagbeen 
made aadlUedttataartara 
(krridc, the natural 
mother of aald Inluit de- 
cedent, vduwuBotnrviv- 
ed t^a nouM. (^UdrM 
or grandddldratt, indite 
MS bom to'Bttban Gar- 
riA and Ronald E. Gar- 
rtak, u not a rwldaaiQf 
tiA State, it la. 

Ordered tlmt tte said 
Barbara Garrick do ap- 
pear wittin tan (10) di^ 
after dne nublleatlonQfttia 
(totter and do lAat Is ne- 
eenaanr to protect Mr in- 
ttfeeta. 

B ia tartterOrderndtM 
tte piaiatlfl prwMit his 
PMuon and (Mtt tar 
comprondM aattlMieBt of 
tte iAMe entftled cause 
to tte Court on tte S(M 
dqr ol June, 1976 at 9:00 
o'dodt a.m. 

B is fhrtterOrderadttet 
tte fwegirfag portton of 
thU (Mm- to nnldUwd 
untie a week Iter Jonr coni- 
secntive wetdca to tte Vlr- 
Ibtla Baadi Sua, a newa- 
paper pd^iAed in tte Ctty 
of Vir0^ Beadi, Virftn- 
ia and tevtaf general dr- 
etfatton to tte Tid«nt«>, 
Virginia area. 

pR&Toif, raranm, 

inLSOB A LAMBBtT 

fn Fii« ColoaM Bond 

Virginia Beach, VirglBia 

23454 

A Copy Terte: Jote Y. 

Fentress, Ctat 

By: Doris S. Bale. JQ!.C, 

VW S/U. 8/2, 6/9, 6/W 

taUMCtift'tOBleeioftte 
Cira^ Court of Ite (^ 
4tf VUtttftBeadi, ottte 
tm dar ol^ Majr, m«. 
C^itfVtr^Beadi, 
Mialfff, 



(»tO)Qt OF PUBUCATION 
In tte Cleit's Office of tte 
Cirenit Court: of thKCity M 
,V», Beich, ontteindday 
IMS, , 
H»1!eill»< V"'"'*' 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Roiitt Edwards Heatte, 
Deiindaid. 

Tte oMect of thta rait 
ta to mdtt a divorce a 
manaa at thoro tote mer- 
ged into a dlvora a vln- 
caU) UltrtmanU fMm tte 
aaid dcNadant, ifgon tte 
ITMBda of deaertioa. 

im u affidiM tavttf 
heeh made and Bled M 
tte defendant la a nca- 
rasldeit at m SUtt <rf 
Vligiaia, tte laat known 
pom office addreas baing: 
Til Sagamore BlU Drive, 
Marietta, GenfiattUor- 
tered that he do appear 
here wfthm ten (10) days 
afltf dne pnblleraon tere- 
ot and do what any te 
neceaaUT to protect his 
intemstbtttoaidt. 
A em-taa(e: JCWN V. 
FEHTOHS. CLERK 

S': Ylriinia B. AUan D., 
aflt. 
«a!)aeeB.8nittt 
MStoMvPoint 
700 HevtoM Road 
NOrftrik, Va. 23502 

VBS 8/V, 6/16, 6/23, 6/SO 
4t 



VBS S^, 6/2, 6/9, t/m 



ORDER OF PUBUCATRJII 
ktteClerit'aOfSceof 




^lHJom 



Beery A. a»ok, el.al. 
Demttant. 

Ite object tf ttiaaitt 
ta to aemiiiw 1^ egutm^ 
teUea'tte Ite atai^^k 
of tte Bmwty and 
amittfimiami ta 
PMtuanlor^ 



OlO^t OF PDBUCA110N 

In tte ClKk'a Office of tte 

Cirmitt Court of tte Ctty 

of Va. BeaiA, oa tte m 

day (tflby, 1976 

Bernard A. Griflin, 

PlalBtifl, 

^attat 

Steryl M. GrUfltt, 

DeMdaat. 

Tte ^Jed (« this suit 
ia to obtain a divorce a 

V HHB t lO -^ ' BmtrlmOnH^irOiii 

tte said defWdatt, ^ott tte 
fimnda of mm year sep- 
aration. 

AtA «i affidavit having been 
made and Ulad ttat tte de- 
tadant is a non-rasidnt 
tf tte Sttte a YlVglaia, 
tte la^ known poat office 
addnm bMg: 8 Aner- 
aon Street, BoiiM. Masaa- 
cteaetts it is («rdned ttet 
ikt do ai^eur hw* wttto 
tenflOJ^ys after Am priiU- 
aikm itnot, nd do wtet 
ntor te neeesaary to ^t>- 
tect hw Intemt in tUs 

^Dt. 

A e^Y -TgTE: ^WH V. 
FEMTRBB, CtERK 
BYt Vtrginta B. AUen D. 
awk. 

Qt^CoxACoz 
1511 Atlntie Ave. 
Va. BMtii, Va. 

VBS 5/26, 8/2. 8/9, 6/16 

(fflDER OF raBlK:ATK}N 
latt»(Mfk'i(XBte<tftte 
tiliiailt Court of tte Ctty 
at Viiti^ Baa^, on tte 
lOtt day i^ May. 1976. 
OInar tateat Bowem,Jr. 



VirgliOa Beach, on ttell 

day of Mav, 1976. 

Peter Flake Lemi, Sr. 

Plaintiff, 

afaittst 

Amanda SisaaaBowea Lion 

Detedantr 

Tte oiiject of thia mril 
la 'to obtain a divorce a 
qean at thorototeldaa 
merged into A dlvOrMi 
vianlo matrttaooll frea 
tte aaid defendaift, qnntte 
eronnds of dMortioni 
LtdanafftdavittevingbiM 
made ud flled that tte 
dafendaid la a non-reaidatf 
itt tte Aato of VirginU, te 
laat known poat office tt- 
dries being: 2l94Hai8a)rt 
Bill Road, BUigtemptad, 
Mew York it la ontand 
that ^ do mpear ha» 
withia ten(10)day8afierdti 
ptfldlcatimi hereto, and da 
ittat may te necessary fee 
protect her interest ia ttb 
soft. 



ACOPY-TESTE: JOHMI 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. AUen t 
Clerfc. 

Louis B. Fine 
IXa Uw Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va., 

VBS 5/28, 6/2, 6/9, 8/1 



:i 



(mDER OF PUBUCATn 

fit tte Clerk's Office of tt 

CUrcatt Court of tte (5 

of Virginia Beadi, on tti 

14tt day ot Mar, IVN 

Oua Thomas Bwtwlck, 

Plahitlff, 

against 

mua Marie Amett Bos 

bAtk, 

Detaidaat. 

ItecAiJec^ofttisa^li 
to (Main a lUvorceameMi 
et ttorolo te latermerim 
into a vinodo nutrlmeni 
tnan tte aaid defendant 
imm tte gromids oi deser- 
turn on Fdireary 10, int 
And anafihlavittev^beoi 
amdeandflledlkUtteif- 
tandant ia a noo-reridOB 
o(^aateofVirgiaia.te 
Itet ifflowa post <^eeai* 
dress teiag: 149 Formri 
Drive, Jtftfs<aville, th 
daina tt Is ordered thad 
rte do appnr here wltlte 
tai(iQi£^ dter ito tm 
Udtttim here^ anddowiai 
fltty te iMcesaary to pro- 
ted ter imerest in tMt 
a^. 

ACOPY-TESTE: JOHN?. 
F&mtWSS, CLISK 
BY: Vtrgltfa B. Allen D. 
(SertE. 

CMatle A Guzman 
•45 First Cktbmlal Bond 
Va. Beadh, Va. 23452 

Va. Beatt, Va. 23«4 

VB8-5/26, 6^, 6/9, 6/M 



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ORDER 

A> . IN THE 

irF.ICEOFTHI 

OURT OF TJlE 

GINIA BI'ACH 

DAY OF MAY 



OHDER OK PUBIslCATiO? 




on 

rn Ociutjur u, 
ColQmbus, Ohie 
" CHANCERY 

75-1168 

i>htiilp Hills 
Ann Mills, 
[M wife, and re- 
tiut the. 
e«(lii«. 
adoption, 
1 born.Octolit 
Columbus Obio. 
ulltfavtt having been' tooAf^ 
aiw^Qled that the iHnkoown 
iamXt > natbral parent o< 
atii child, Is a non- 
rkSmsA of the StAte of 
/lr(inii, the kst knowo 
pqtt oHtce address hieing 
uumpwD, It is therefore' 
OROErED tiut the said un- . 
knows natural father ap- . 
S&DMr before this Court' 
qKintmn ten (10) days after 
^"^publiqiUon of this Order 
and iiidlcite bts atUtUde 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
Ts necessary to prater* *•'■' 
interest in this matte > 
teste: '"•" 
lS..Cler)i 

niaB 

oiuSfBl (or Petitioners 




ilter-a'^jSiitia&tion >' 
of, and 00 what may 
nefessarj .to .protect 



fee 
Defendaiit 
.,ob]ect 



"Y-TESTE JOHNV 
RESS. CLERK 

"la B Allen D. 



nd(>'Aater Legal Aid 



5/26, &/2, 6/9, 6/16 



ot 





is "■' 
the Stat 
( known 
-. being. 1 
I'ard, 39 1 
Trailer 
tb Caroll 
_„„^5rter«d tbtt. 
apjSear here will 
.da4(if't)i/ter due 
tiet^ and do' 
be' ' necessary to 
her iifterest in tb 
A copy-Teste: JOHN 
■• ^'"TRESS, CLERK , , 
.'trginia B. Allei) D 



•S? 




^.^Ai:^ n V 




'Ariinad-£.'l«vy, Atty. 
i^M v\iu Oiie Bldg. - 
\, Virginia 23510 

5/26, 6/2, 6/9 



ejijlS^S Pembroke 
Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 



Or.r 



VBS 
4t 



5/26. 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 




JWBUCAIION: 
lerk's OtUce Of tbe 
t'CourtoftheCttyofi''- TO BE NAMED 



ORDER 
VIRGINiA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT,OF,THE 
CITY OF fUtCINlABEACH 
ON THE 21stDAT0FMay 
1976. 

in re: AdopUon^vOf Robin 
Aliaha Beddow and Shannon 
AlfthaBeddow- 

Robin Al- 



Vfrgliila Batch, on the 24th 
^ oHUr, 1976. 
' oty^^a Beach, 



Isba White and Shaffl)Oti.Al- 
isha White 

Thomas ilicbael White 
and Cassandra Kay White 

To: Wlllard A. Beddow 
General Deliver 



ORDfiR Of PUBLlL. 
In theClerk's Offlds^ 
Circjiilt. Court otjithf 
ot.Vt.'<dBeaclir«n''(he 

Msrtaret AubJTo" ■ 

■■'Iff, ,••;., 

^ilflst , 

PhUip ^Uams Towne,Jr 
Defendant.. . .. 

The object of - ihlis (e'uit 
is to obtain a dlvor^ a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the ghwnds of constructive 
desertlom \ 

And»iaffrdavifhaTia{bebn 
made and Hied tliiiae de- 
fendant Ifti'a noh-resldent 
of the State of ' Virginia, 

aildlrett*M[ta|^!44.CdMec- 
ticuUi^eiriifeJ RkUcl^^'llas- 
sachuh^, it 'i^. ordered 
that he ifo^aptMar, here 
within >^<IOUilt|a^iAi!^ 
duenB6Ucanbi$iitM»-4»l 
do vhatr-llfiiy^fiH^Airy 



■IDEROFPU^CATIDN 

■ Vtttlnla 
te 3rd. day of 
Andr&«JUBe Snd 
ijiinfltt, '■ 



jaeonani. 

The object of t)iis,.,3uit 
isito obtain v iUyorc^ a 
vinculo matrfHioAii from 




i^ntbe 
-91 





ftbsald 

■*^^Se5?S: 

And an 



glnla'tDESSlxnowD post of- 
fice addtiess being: .CSC- 
,3nl. lolartry, APO, 0904S 
it is ordered that he do 
appear herewitUn ten (10) 
days after due publicatioA 
hereof, and do what may 
be^ necessary to protect 
Jih interest in this suit. 

'"a, copy-Teste: 'JOHN V 
FENTRESS, Cl^fiRK 
,B^: Virginia B., Allen D. 

. Clerk , ^ 

Clements, Bowerrnan k 

3384 Va. Beach Blvd. 
• yi Beach, Va. 

/■ yBS 6/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30 



ORDER 
IBGUtlA: IN THE 
ITJtSS&fiEElCf OF THE 
OtTHE 

lBEACB 
DAY OF 
'976 

nUoa of James , 
.3B«..IIitandWil- 
Itfilscia 
ugene and 

npkins 
.■■ms., Petitloner.s 
imes Moses Wilson 



OF PUBLICATION 
Clerk's.Office oithe 
It Court or, the City 
of^Vfrglnla Beach, on the 
lOth day ,of May, 1976. 
Dennis John Turner, 
JRIaintiff, 
inst 

ia Elaine Bailey 
vtjrlipier, 
liwefendant. 

ft£« -Tb^ object of this sutt 
nyis. to obtain a divorce a 
Inensa et Ihoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoaii, -from 
the ^aAl defefAnt-, upon 
the ^Eounda- of desertion. 
And all &fffdavit having been 
made and filed tfaaHheiie'" 
>' fendant As a nonrlEesldeat 



. .:je State of Virginia, 
the la.st known post office 
address being: Post Of - 
(ice Box 64556, Fayrtte- 
vUle, North Carolina it Is 
-ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
aftendUe pubBaiitiaii here^ 
of, and do what mar be ne- 
cessary to protect -ber in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste; JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Clark, Htrihelmer b Slant 
211 Pembroke Three Bldg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 
By: Virginia B. Allen 0. 
Clerk 

VBS-5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9 
4t' 




kvin^ 

at the ^fv~ 

tendant is believed Jto be 
deceased it l»4>nlered that 
J. Thomas Braye do apr 
pear ~ter« withiff, tea(lA>: 
days after dhe pvUIleation 
hereot; and do lAat may 
be oeeesaary to protect his 
iatarest In tUs suit 
JOSH V. FENTRESS, 

Cierfc, - - ,. 

By^amn^A.WaUs, D.t. 
Keltun, Pickrell and Law- 

lltt|F « M Bldg 
NoijbJk, Va, 23510 
VBS 6/2, 6/9 2t 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
dRCUET COURT OF THE 
Cirr OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ONSTHfiUthDAYOFMAY 
1916. > 

In re:t Adoption of Keith 
Alan Sfhlachter, an in- 
fant jiader' fourteen years 
' of Itgtt, to be known as 
Keith Alan Campbell 
By:: Johnnie Lamar Camp- 
belfand Joyce Dale Camp- 
bell Petitioners 
To: Joseph KarlSchlachter 
I 40ljMeaHng Avenue 
Nonh Aikgusta, South 
CareUna 29S4I 
ft 1 1n' Chancery 

#C-76-662 
This, day came Jotmnie 
LainaflCitinpibeU uid Joyce 
Dale Campbell, Petition- 
ers; and r^resented that 
tbe^ol^e^ of this/proceed- 
iagfis^to effect the adi^ 
tfon of the above named 
UifBit (s), Keith Alan 
Schlacbter, by Johnnie La- 
mar Cami*ell and Joyce 
Dale CamFi>ell, husband 
and wife, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that Joseph Karl Schlacb- 
ter, a nirtaral parent of said 
chlWren), is a non-resi- 
dent of the SUte of Vlr- 
glnit, the last known post 
dllt^ Address beii«: 408 
HeiUng AveBW, North Au- 
^kte. Sbiitb Carolina, 
29811 It Is therefore Or- 
dered that the s«id Jos- 
^ Karl SchUchter ap - 
p«ur before this . Court 
wlttfln tea (l(^ days after 
pBbMcatioo of ttt» =Order 
and ; Iwllcate Ms/bir at- 
IMNle ioward the prt^os- 
«ii»<^loii, or otherwise 
dO'wtat Is "necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A c^y teste: John V. 
Fe#ress, Clert 
By: VlTfinla B. Allen d.c, 
{UAert H. Bennett 
»» ftdflc Ave. 
IhAteart.Va. 

VBS - 5/26, 6/2, 6/9. 6/16 
4t 



Ohl. _.., 

lore Oi!!derc 

Wlllartf A, B^ddo* anpear. 

before th£»£[Diirt»tthlntMv 

(19) jliTlllliMlilllliUi1fi|lilJiii1i|. " 

id mlmmB^mmk 

hiB/m attftSfflr^i^ the 
lifi^WBed addinoif,' or 
otherwise 'do wiMt is ne- 
cessary to pt;otect bTs in- 
terest in this mtitter. 
A copyt teste; John V 
Fftntress, Clerk >>^.^'. ^ 
Bjrt Virginia B.NAUen D. C.^ 
Willlani R. Colona, Jr. 
1397 .Laskin. Road 
VlrgiiOa^each, Va. 
23451 

VBS m,fi/9, 6/16, 6/23 
4t P .•■" 



tloners- ,'■, > ' *" 
. To:'tfaiiUB'M«ln Schei 

neid^'' . 

; 13 uksMi Ri 

Gretffli ■ 



This 



dayi.tsib 




ORDER PF ^UBUCATION 
InlhfrClett'it-.Qface'Of the 
Clf cuit tdilrt of fli^Clfyof 
Virginia Beach, oif'the20th 
day otMay 1976. " ' 
EUiabeth Jkn e Boblnson 
Rowley, 
Plaintiff, 

against^ ' - 

James. Robert Rowley, Sr. 
Defoidant 

-.The object of this svit-ls 
to obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the de- 
{M^yit, q)i» the grounds 
of one year s^Mtrattoi. 
And an affiitevit having been 
made ^"flled ttat-the de- 
feodairt^ls tonm-resident 6t 
the Kate of Virginia,; the 
last known p^ office ad- 
dress' * tietm; WAV 
COMMSTA, Key West Flo- • 
rida it is ordered that ta 
do appeu here within ten 
(10)days after due publica- 
\m hereof, and (to what 
may be necessary to pro^ 
tect his Interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen. 
Clerk 

Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
clrty 
147 Granby Street, Office 

350 

NoriOft, Virginia 23510 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATlOli 

to the Clert's Ofllce of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

mh day of May,, 1976. 

Patricia Wood Ucroy, 

PUinliff, 

afaiost 

BtMn Burt Lecroy,Jr. 

DefOMiant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce from 



.ocyirgin- 
'4n^|jbst of- - ' ■ 

J flee addreb '"'aMa- 

^ soB'Stre*. ius 

Una. ' It*ls inereiow Or- 

; dered,-tbat tl^e <salffHar- 

^ lain NalBJSdlexileiair^tp- - 
pear befbr« this Coiirt wltt - 
in ten (lOVilaya after pub- - 

' licatloo M this Order tod, - - 
\Mlt»Xe hls/bfer attttvde K 
toward the proposed: ad- ■> 
(qjtioii, or otherwise do - 
yrtut is aecetsary to pro- 
tect his interest 'in this 
matter. 

A copy teste; Jbfan ,.V 
Featres8,,Clerk . 

i By: VirgliiUB. AUenD.C. ' 
William Ft Bainside p.q. 

\J>. 0. Box 1062 

';va. Beach, Ja. 

VBS m. 6/>. */". 6/23 

4t . ' _ ii> . 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City <rf Virfinia Beach, on 
the 1st day of June, 1976 
Patsy Brown Coi, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Sherman Ptrfce 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said drfeubnt vpm the 
grounds (tf s^ratioo for 
mm% tto meyear. 

And an affii&vit having 
been made ud Aled that 
the defendart is a nai- 
r^d^ of the aatewf 
y^da, IheJast known 
piA!s«^» giWws bwng: 
Post OfBce Boi 337, Uni- 
versal Parte. Moyock, 



■it ine 0Dje« oi, im-i 

'eding is t» effect the 

<<)u]Xlon of the above named 

afadt (8), James Hoses 



Wilson^ HI and Wilton Eu- 
gene Wilson, by David Eu- 
SoeAbHeynoldsand Con- 
etS^BmpkinsMt^ynolds 
IttHtedand wl^^ af- 
fidleft having JaSsi . made 
a«f bled thht JameftUbs-- 
■fi Wilson, Jr.,, a natural 
.'«>ent of said childl(ifen), 
IS. i *iion-residtat of the 
Sttie of Virginia, the l«5t 
taiDWBXpost «fficftJ4tdce8s 
beingL c/o ttrs. Le« $ba- 
«^er, Route #1, 1«metB, 
Teite 76«53'lt> there- 
foqti^nfaired UUrt^ said 
Jifflifi. Moses WUMO, Jr. 
^tm before this Court 
#ttlilfr\ten ^10) days -after 
pnbltcaODn of this OMer 
und imlicat.a. his/lier at - 
titiide . toward toe pro - 
poserl ado^lon, or other- 
wise d,o what Is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 
A cop; tehe- JOHN V. 

' FENTRESS: CLERK 
By; Virgloia.B. Allen DC. 
Edward;T.'Tatoh 

> P.O. Box -42 
Va. Beach, Va 

VBS-5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9 
4t 



O^DER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
VitgiBia Aeaeh,r tm the ITth 
day ofHay, WW 
Hope Smith Hardy 

Hope Smith Hardy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Hldttel Jay Hardy, 

Defendant. 

The ot^ect of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the froonds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made: awl filed that the de-< 
fendanl is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last taowo post office ad- 
dress^si«: Manheln, Ger- 
many it Is ordered tat 
be dCh a^^r here within 
t^lO)deys afta- due pob- 
Ucttton lierstofj ai«ldo what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Interest in this suit 




ORDER 
VIRGINIA- IN <<rHE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF TliE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE Z7th DAY OF 
May, 1976. 

In re- Adoption of Tracy 
Lynn Moore, a minor under 
the age ' ■ ' (14) 

years. 

By: John Haroia Kiggs and 
Linda Gene Riggs, 
Petitioners 

To. Charles Bud Moore 
Route #2 
Fallon, Nevada 



1 re- 
flect 

lef- 
the 
(s). 
oce. by 
Jtohlt^araOFRlggs and 
Linda Gene Biggs, husband 
and wife, ^andUUtfidavit hav- 
ing been mafl^ and tiled that 
Charles Bud Moore, a na- 
tural parent of said child 
(ren)^ is a non-^resldent of 
the State of Virginia, the 
, -iast knowu.ilost .office ad- 
)i!resS beli#'1toute #2 Fal- 
lon, Nevada 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Charles Bud 
Moore appear before this 
Courtwithin ten(10) days 
alter publittlion of this 
Order arid in&icat^his/her 
attitude toward the pro- 
posed adoption, or other-, 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this inatter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By^ Virginia B. Allen DC. 
Stanley A. Phillips 
P.O. Box 4037 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

VBS6/09. 6/16, 6/23,6/30 
4t ■ 



. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In thetlerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia B^ch, on tim 
1st day of June, 1976 
Deborah Gamble Walter, 
PlalntLH, • 
against 

Melrtn L. Walter, Jr. . 
Def^idanL 

The {*]ect of Iftls suit 
i& to otAain a divorce a i 
viiKulO JhiiiUsnti from 
the said dc3«idlit #Qn the 
grounds of ^nration of 
the parties for a period 
In excess on omjear (i.e. 
May 19, 1974). 

And an afficfaivit ^viog 
been made awl filed ttat 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of ^tl» 9ate of 
Virginia, the la^ known 
post office address beii^": 
c/o Melvin L. Walter, Sr., 
Post Trailer Park, Lot 146 
Appalacian, New "Uprk, it 
in ordered that he, do ac- 
inar here wit^ tei (IB) 
days after due )iubIi(^tion 
hereof, uid do what may 
be necessary to protect 
his interest in, this suit. 
« copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTREffi, CLERK 
By: J. Clfftls frm, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
John D. Hooker, Jr. 
2625 Princess AnM Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

# . '■ 

VBS ', 9, 6/16, 6/23, 6, ;„ 
4t 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: >-- IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

aTcoEr- <;oift5 0F;Tfl e 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BfiACH 
ON. THE 27th pA3g^gP, 



Virginia ieach Sun, June 9, 1W6 - B-5 

' Wtl#0F WBfclCflEARING 
Virginia: .< ' i t-- ■ * ;tj. 
The i-egular iiuMitoiU^JQta^CouncU' of the City of 
Virginia .BMl^^^HlV^Ihe Cbbn^ Chambers 
o! the- Atlifi^^^^^HH|ta||Pit)t .AAH, Princess 

Statk^^^^^^^^^^^u,,on Mowfay, June 
^ijT^^^^^^^^^^^^^BIfdMtt^^Howing 




Gilliam, Jr and Maxtni^ L 
Gilliam, Pe* "'"'""•'• ""< 
r^esented 
oithls procf;'- - 
feet the .ftdoiiti 
above nameH ii- 
Bisnoaw S! 
ahd Ti^lstiln 

by*CDOgie'C Gilliam, Jr. 
axtt Maxine L. GlUiSm, 
hAbud and wife, and^af- 
fflbvit having been made 
and' filed that Hubert Le& 
McGlotMn, a natural par- 
^t of said chiidfrenVris a 
oon-resldent of the State of 
ViriJAia, the . la'st known 
post of ftce address .being: t 
SLO Loiiisitma Aver 
Ferriday, Loysiana 

It is therefore Ordeifu 
that the said- Hubert Le«yt' 
HcGlotbin appear before 
this court within tpr [10^ 

Ss after publication- of 
; Order andtndichtehis/ 
attitude toward the propos- 
ed adoption, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interest in thus 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
Jbhn V. Fentreh-^ ■ 
By: Virginia B. Allen D (. 
BSrry Kantor, Esq. 
Adler & Kantor 
706 Plaza One Bldg: 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

.VBS6/09, 6/1^,6/23, f- 
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and 915 feet^ 
Road, ruttttiocAd 
the Easterh 
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SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
VIRGINIA; IN THI' 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THt 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACli 
OKTHEISTDAYOFJCNI' 
1976. 
In the Matter o' 
of EUITH ' ■ ■ 
Deceased 

Chanct"! 

of the ai 
W 

Estate 
vens, d( 

rtphtg. 





any they em, oif the 2- 
day of June, 1976, at 10:0(j 
a.m., before thifr Conrtat 
Its Conrtroom, against Ihe 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate o( Edith Alice 
Glvens, deceased to the 
legatees without requlr-; 
Ing refunding bonds 

U is further ORDERED 
that a cq>y of this order 
shall be published once a 
week for two succe.s.'sivi' 
weeks in "The VtrKim-"' 
Beach Sun", a newmper 
publlsBed'and havillg^n- 
eral circulation in the City 
(M Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy, Teste: JOHN V 
FEN-TRESS, CLERK 
1 ask this: 

John H. Peterson pA 
Suite 1655 One Commer- 
cial Place 

Norfolk, Virgi«la*23510 
By: J. Curtis Fruitj. D.C. 

VBS 6/9,6/16 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In th« Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26th day bi May, 1976 

' DarreU Wayne Wells, 
Plalntifl, 
against 

Margartf Ann Wells, 
Defeod^ 

1!he (Meet of this suit 
is to t^^n a divoife a 
vinculo nttt'rlhonil from 

' the said defendant upon the 
grounds of separaMn of 
the parties for a period 
in ezcNS of one (1) year 
in accordance, with provi- 
sions of mn i9) (ny of 

the Code of Virginia, 1950, 
asanaeaded; :; 

And an tffUiavit having 
been nune and filed flat 
the def«idirt*Js a n<»- 
.residojt of the, State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bellf: 
824 EllzabM Street^ Key 
West, IJortda 3S046 it is 
ori^^ ttat sheitaCaitKar 
h6i«« wtUw^^P^i Aff 
■ after due piddicatiot here- 
of^ and dojrtat ma- *-' 
nefee^ary td- ■prote: 
interest in this suit, 
A.copy-Testwslohn V. Fen 
treSs. Cleti 

By; J. Curtis Fnilt.sDe- 
puty Clerk 

M-'Tf.lfflMrtiitft Cohen 
24tJPa6 



6. Application of MessUh Xiitbtran Church for a.Con- 
ditiooal Use Permit to coutntct a chuntp on certain 
property located on the Ifdrth aide of HAland Road 
begijuiina at a point 1,550 feet more or less West of 
• WindMrOaks Boule?ard, nmning a distance of 362.38 
feet along the North side of HaUiod.Road, mmilng 
a distance ot 289.21 teet along the Western property 
line, ninniog a distaM«!df. j';Z71»'fe«t4aoagthe Northern 
property line and nomlBl' a diatviM of 436.71 feet 
along the Eastam lappM^ llM. SMd parcel contains 
2i991 acres. (Windsor Otlts West-Timherlake Areu). 
KEMPSVmijEnffiOUGH. 
AMENDMENTS 



7. "Resolution ot the Council «t the City of Virginia 
Beacb to «mend «od.rfonlaln Article 1, Section in. 
Definitions, - of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to Autttmobile Service Stations. More detailed 
idformatiob Is a«lilat>l« la tht Sqartnleflt of pUnning. 

8. R«MfliitlOti <oi»tiie .CMincif of the City ofVircinU 
Beach to afflend^'ud reordain Article 2, Part C, Sec- 
tion 224. of ihi iCompreheoslte Zonlng^.Ordinance per- 
talnlot to AntOinbttill^ SttfitM StiOUtts^More detailed 
bilbrtditlon IS available 'in the Department ol Planning. 
Richard J. Webboh - . 

CityClerk 

VBS-6/2, 6/9 -•2t 



VBS 6/9, 6/ 
4t 




VflSSUH A: m l^BtCIRCUIT CXMIET OF THE cITY OF 
-VJUOBHA BEACa teflBE-Sinii DAT OF APRIL, 1976 
40SEFaFtnJ0(miZ BERCAimNOS 
Complainant 

DibSDADO BERGANT rtiOS, A Non-resident of the State 
. of Virfinia whose last known address was 25 Moiutain 
Ave., North Stony CreA, OntarionCtaada 
Defeedant 

•; IN CHAflC|B¥ roc* 

CWDBl OF PUBLIC ATlUH 

The inject itf'ttdl iult is Jor the etxnplalnaat tofb- 

tain b«m the DtfiidUt a difottt a ylnenio mttrlBiaail 

•on the grotods «l QW yeir slpintfaa liMwe«i # l«r- 

tles, and afBda*tt h*vtog^e« aiad»<l^ the «M*- 

fm^: is a ;M9i%t^i|ttffittttfl|^t VliiiDia, Ik 

t$ yM^^ont ef^^bj MPiPJ^Bp^ aifietesary 
tt prfltect his ittttre^^ Is; ordered that this Order 
Ife j^iishMionee^«.<.weA .tor bMr sttscessive weelu 
tfthe^ViitttliABHich Sun^- a newspaper having general 

^ klreitftfiai itittts,city. 
Iasfcio^ttU: "•*' 
Charts W. RaWks, Jr. p.q. 

GMMlstV Hawks, Jr. 
anfliAflairts 
P.OrBoiS»6 
Portsttouth, VfttpMa 23705 



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KlTTEllS-AdoraUe. 7 
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SimmoM) 



IHGUSH poWtr -da* - y 
black i iMtr, aan-lyr. BUCK naU cat-1 jt^t 
oU • S«M( - 4 Uttna - 2 oM- honra brokM - five 
iray - 1 fold . 1 CaUco my. Call MZ-t44l. 
Give away. Call 4M-4tS2. 



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20 WORDS FOR ONLY *3.20 



LOVm Cat (TM to lOVlDf 

Iwiiia. Less than 1 yaar 
Old. Good with ehUdren. 
Call 4ta-S01S after 6:pm 



4 FLUFFT UtUe idttens 
are waitiaf tor a hnrinc 
new owner. CaU M7-I651 
anytime. 



S KITTEMS - Clmrcliland 
area. 6 weeks old. Onefold 
and two tabby. CaU 4M- 

nn. 



KITTENS - Cute, l»ealtby, 
and FREE CALL 42t-6M7 



EXPERIENCED contractor 
Offers his skills as a 
builder belpinf senior eitl- 
sens in Chesapeake inter- 
ested in leamlnf house re- 
mMeUiif, home main- 
tenance and repairs, (2) 
eveninf s a week and some 
Saturdays. CALL M7-1M6 



PUPPIES - I Uale and I 
Female. Great Bridfe area. 
Call 547-2606. 



3 CAUCO kitteas need a 
good home. Call after 5 
pm4a4-4»95. 



FEMALE poodle, 4 years 
oU. Charcoal with white 
stripe in chest. 4S6 - SS41 



KlTTENS-tree to a good 
tome. Two black k mm 
gray and bUck. 4M-7319. 



SEVERAL JRMD cats, aU 
nertored. Free to i good 
home CharcUand CaU 
anytime 4M-54I9. 



WHITE PMsiU at. Or- 
ange eyes. Dedawed and 
spayed. Free to a good 
tome. CaU ttl-SSU. 



PUPPIES - Part German 
Shqhard. 6 weeks idd. 
Hale and female. CALL 
4S2-3410 alter S p.m. 



PART COLLIE Poppies. I 
Funales. Free to a good 
tome. CALL 4l2-3a61. 



PER8IAM cat - grayAree, 
eaU 4n-0100. 



2 yr. Old^Gray A White 
female cat. Good mooser. 
CALL 421-9567 



TORKSHOtE Terrier, 
grown, reglatercd, aenter- 
Bd, needs a enqd* to 
lore Urn. No amaU ehU- 
dren preferred. CaU 412- 
9653. 



PUPPIES-Frae to aay ON 
wto win love them umdi 
as we do. 6 week's (dd. 
CaU 497-3360 alter 6 p.m. 



KITTENS-Free to a good 
hoem. Gray * white and 
blad^ A white. Hale A fe- 
male. CALL ttl-9S47. 



CAT-TABBY-PERSIAM - 
Ttihnr * WMte, male, 4 
year* (fld. Needs a good 
hOBM mm Boaadrig.au 
463-0144. 



KITTENS - 4, aU male, 
7 weeks OM. CaU after 4:30 
p.m. or aU day week-enda 
4U-S1M. 



9 KITTENS-7 weAs okl. 
MUe ami female, 3. are 
part siamaaae. CALL 593- 
1491 (kr Terry Hembmi- 
1^, m Dominion Ave., 
Nortolk, Va.) 



American Eakimo Spits- 
one year oM. Free to good 
407-694I. 



GERMAN SheptordSmooUi 
Female aU ahots. Fme to 
a good b(»ne 494-9219 any- 
time. 



LOVABLE klttena Free to 
a good home. CaU 543- 
3991. 



Free 7 mo. old piwy. 
Needs go6d home wtb 
yoimg children. Should 
lave fenced TaMi-Am^" 
frlAy matt. CaU 496-3430 
durb^ waiting hours. 



REDEEM THIS AD 
FOR WOMHOt NlCnO. 

Tto Cigarette House 

Moyoek, N. C. 

Bata^eM Blvd. Rt. 169 



BLACK * WmTE 
eat. One year old and good 
wtUi dtUdraa. CaU 496- 
0014. 



nttan, black Female am 
■dmbte. CaU 4S4-1947. 



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THREE HOMETOWN fKWSPAPERS PUBLISHED 

EVERY WEEK BY BYERL Y PUBLKA TIONS. 

^VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
if CHESAPEAKE POST 
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1. Place a fair price on your unwanted item. 

2. Describe tlie advantage your item may offer. 



3. Write your ad two or three times until it is 
brief and easy to understand 

4. Be sure to include your phone number. 

5. Fill In the coupon above and mail it in, 
or call 547-4S7 1 or 486-3430 



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HOMETOWN NEWSPAPERS 
SELL! H«ra't why: TherMdvr 
of iht hom«ftown wMkly p^r 
has more tim* to p«rttie each 
copy, bacauta tha nawipsper 
is usually amallar. Im^ cro- 
dad and wittt aditoriai contant 
that is aliva with local avants 
that iiwolva the raadar. This 
providas a di^ Hf raadarship 
that favors ^cliMtifiadadvar- 
tiaar in homatown naws|^)ars. 
Giva us a tryl 



IIASI AUOWAKIS 

HUGE DISCOUNTS 

"SiTKilSuW 

UNCOUI MHOUIY 
IMA&HinilS 

1976 MONAROI 

wmukneoHonHmmc 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, POWft 
STKRING, TINTED OlASS. RAOIAl THOS 
NOWONIY 

$4495.00««»r] 



bvtte a clown to your neit 
Hrihdiy. itemo, or 



- „ _ MI 

Clowns A Saidas, 597 - 
3697. 



LITTLE Leagnan, eimr- 

ehes, onaniiaMwia 

kMking for Amd-ralsws? 
CaU OS. Hi^ profit, es- 
eeUent variety, some it- 
ems sattable lor FaUmr's 
Day. 494-5640. 



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Music Radio 
Fi\M92 



Where /the summer fun has lust begun. 

This coupon wili admit you 

to Ocean view Amusement 

Parii for ^1 iess than 

anyone eise 



TMt OHipon to good mxt wodcMid 



FM 
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JDRE 19, %M P.M. noneta ram i^ m:W a.m. 

11.00 OFF RKULAR ALL DAT HOORffiE PASS AT 
OCEAN VIEW AMtmEMENT PARK 



9 - Special NcMces 



WANTED: QuaUfied At - 
tomey to work with ma- 
tin maa do sect. 94-63 
(2) Am wUUbs to work 
nutl and munerato at- 
toniey lor service. CaU 
49t-ttU or 496-7461 or 
write Bet ISMl, Ctosa - 
paake, Va. 233M. 



REDUCE a^ * &st wttfc 
GoBaae T^Ma A E-Vap 
"TCtsr puis" Great 
Bridga Pharmacy. ^ 



NICK'S P(WY RIOES-HIU- 
tcp Plana, Laakia Road, 
Virginia Beach. S^nrday 
aad SuKteys 1: pmUUdark. 
)CaU4tO-4tt7. 



DAT8inr-UnO-1976 9aX - 
etoaek, 13,000 mUas, re- 
eeoUy aervieed. Best of- 
fer. Botch JflMS, QnaUty 
In. CaU 399-3066. 



CATCB THE SUN in this 
immaenalle 1973Ch«vroIet 
C^iriee comrtiUt. Cop- 
per paint, white laaUwrin- 
t«nor. PB. K. Air. AM/ 
FM stereo mdfa). Power 
windows. Lcwmtteaga. En- 
joy a great towing carta 
pwleet coBdtlkB. ^ JOOor 
tost oner. AvaUi^ im- 
mediately. CaU M6-3430 
after 4. p.m. aad aA tor 
Bob. 



1978 VEGA, EsceUeat eon- 
dltiaa, with mdio nad ma- 
mml traaamisalon. |1,150. 
CaU 547-3165. 



VOLKSVAOOH 



Large aalactloa of 
VolkswaganB, ■oatnodaU 
moat ediMra. 100 pw cast 
gnaiuteolBaikraandag 
credit approved by phone. 
VICTCST VCHJOWACDI 
3401 VietoT Blvd. Ports. 
I97-1I16. 



FORO-BroMO, 1974, 4 
wlMicI drin, VS.Ali - FM 
1 miMH asat^K '-^oemrf 
nseriag, eieeUeat oosIbI- 
tkm, low ndleage, 13900. 
CALL 997-1091 




FAIR RAVEN 
195. per week. Barrtaon- 
bnrg, Va. ta the beaaU- 
fal BbMridse Moaateiaa. 
Boys aad ^ris, 7 to 14 
years. June 19-Aim. 21. 
Can^m accepted. One to 
nine weeks. HdlBg, awim- 
mtag, na^, erafta. hik- 
^, adve atndy. Good 
iBOd, aeeonunodilkas, an- 
derstaadteg eowaelora. 
Write Btt 629 m) Har- 
risoBbng.Va.22«»(REP} 
536-9905. 



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FC«D VAN-1975-391-V9, 
automaUe trananinlOB, 
power bratas, eaatom, 
S«lalM ehalra . AM-PM- 
itnA, Cragar rteett, 
enstraMsedw^bidltialce 
boi and 18 writ uesavre 
water n^Mh «™ B4<"P: 
IM hoek.nw. Taak wood 
trim. t4,t90.00 CALL 
492-2948 



W-ABC^GREIH^^t ^ 
eUBdar,3inHdrtl<i^ft« 
be^r. No ^am. Cleaa, 
2Si)00 mUaft^SO. Call 
497-1927. 



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CRRB - CRAFT CommaU: 
der Sports Flshcman-31'- 
1970-Flrtag Bridge- Twin 
300 H. P. - OatriBcr*- 
FishiwChalrs-Trimfabs- 
Co8t99,000-SeU orTrade 
925,000. CALL 429-0926. 



1979 BOAT-Oryrier, 20 
tol, ead^r cabia. head. 
ISO H.P., 1-0 outdrive, 



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sairty padmie, ladaagal- 
varinduScr, (10 bona) 
JUt l«s Mw t5,9M or 
baatoAtr.WUlamsCbry- 
alar nyaodlh, Coartland, 
Va.Pbeaa 993-2462. 



SANinLASTING - B«at 
TnUera aad llachtaery. 
Free Estlmstsa. Wbtte - 
barat, Maaal a gba m Cmrp. , 
403 W. 24th a7, Noiteik, 
927-2396. 



19 - Bdp Wasted 



ATTUTION 

your qxMse wltb high 
costs. Earn theae eitras, 
seU toys. Playbonas Tof 
Co., la hlriag S aaperri- 
aora ia tUa area. CaU 
eoUeet Leooa Woods 919- 
299-9719. 



CHRISTIAN couple at per- 
aoD to h<^ me with grow- - 
Ing boainess, great future 
rewards, caU 497-4511 (V) 



LADES 

NO EXPERIENCE 
HECBBSART 

interesting work. Eseel 
iMt lnoom«GaU461r;119^ 



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OfG sales poattloavRhBy- 
H-ly POhUctikma '(inr^- ,^^- 
ia BMcb 9mC»mu&»^{ 
Post, VtltMilmW»).>% 
Mast have good tda|iMe<C'-- 
peraoatfity aadtysfagaWl- >:^ 
ity. HeapoaslWe positlM j>^ 
«m adwuKOiMt cwwrifij- 
tunity kr aarantv* ¥^'^M 
alartar. (^ Urs. Mpb- .^ 
ana, 547-4571, iormiaca- -^^ 
ttoa aad iatantow. 






RECEPtlOMST 

1140 Week gbaraatoad 
aalary. Ho OMirieaee 
aecesaary. 490-9191. 



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POEMS WANTED 

The VIRGINIA SOCIEH OF POETS 
Is coflH)1l1ng a book of poems. 
If you have written a poem 
and would like our selection 
committee to consider It for 
publication, send your poem 
and a self -addressed stamped 
envelope to: 

VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF POETS 

^317 West Broad $t- 
Richmond. Virginia 23220 



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MA BMdad fcr growtiy 
Tldtwtttr ocwipap^r or- 

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lavolvtd. EsctUwrt oppor- 
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"HOMEWORKERS «u(Mi 
ta tkls arei: men, women, 
stuilnts. No eiperience 
AlKeSHry; stultiiq; k ad- 
dressing envelopes (com- 
Alssion mailers). Earn 
sptrstime nuatey at iMme. 
1100.00 weekly poasilde. 
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SERVICE MANAGER for 
growing company specia- 
llBliv in truelt equlpfflegt 
aad liydrauli§s on East 
em Siore, Maryland. Takt 
diarge individual needed; 
Paid IwUdaysaiMi vaeatioos 
Ule iDsuraiKe, hospitaliz- 
ation, and uniforms. Sal- 
ary 113,000 plus. Com - 
mensurate witliabiUty. Re- 
ply Virginia Beacb Sun, 
CUssUied Box #473, 131 
Rosemount Rd., Virgin- 
ia Bucli, Va. 23452, 



GIRLS wanted for new pri- 
vate club in NorfoU. Malte 
an excess ol 3250. a weeli. 
No experience necessary. 
For interview call 623 - 
5342. <■ 



COMPUTER PROGRAM- 
MER - Grid trom accredit- 
ed collife, prefer major in 
data processing, math, ac- 
eougting or social sciences 
t 1 yr. eqMrlMtee fai re- 
qpoosilde program design 
ulid deveUvment work. Ad- 
ditional «q>erleaceas skil- 
led programmer may sub- 
stitute tor collage on tte 
basis of 1 yr. eqwrience 
tor 2 yrs. eduattioo. Sho- 
uld be wllUqi to work in 
Chesapeake, Va. Salary ra- 
nge ^SO - ll.SaO mo. Sta- 
te Al^eations (G.O. Form 
P-l» available from local 
Va. Employment Commls- 
sion ft Va. Merit System Ji 
should be received by 
S:00 P.M.V June 1«, 1916 
at Va. Merit System, State 
finance Bldg., Richmond, 
.Va. 23219. An Equal Op- 
:portunity Employer. 



MAKE $50. to 3100. a month 
from your home. Worlcyour 
own hours. National adver- 
tising support. Marketing 
plan designed to reward 
effort. For appointment 
call 499-0420. 



TIGHT BUDGET? Add to 
the family Income serv - 
ing customes from your 
borne. Excellent income 
potential. Flexible hours. 
For details, write Dept. 
10, Watkins Products,lac, 
Winona, Mn. 55981. 



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PRESSMAN to operate 
Goss CMnmuaity 3-ttnlt 
offset newspaper press. 
TUree-day week; Tues- 
day, Wednesday, Friday. 
35 hour avenge, Ml pay. 
Call or write Norris BIy, 
Tidewater News, Fraidt - 
Ho, Va. £3951. Telephone 
562-3197. 



RECEPTIONIST wanted. 
No experience necessary. 
Call 623-5142. 



14 - PoslilMs Wurtwl 



EXPERIENCED child care 
in my hoaie &» woridng 
mothers. Lots of love, In- 
dividual BttMUon, iilay- 
mates vA rentenable. Call 
494-5428. 

ChurtdilaiBd Area -Will 
b^stt In my home. PUy 
area, meds, natnro wo- 
man, Rauoaable, Call 
494-8n4, 



BABYSTTTING-My home, 
large fenced in ysnt. Ideal 
tor woricing mother. 
Hunters Point area. CALL 
483-1391 



CONSTRUCTION 
SUPERINTENDENT 

For multi- family project 
located in Portsmouth. 
Murt be tolly imalified is 
all phases tf mnlU-famlly 
constnictioo and capable of 
carrying job from start to 
finish. Start immedtately 
Send compile resume of 
experience and salary re- 
quirements to; Mr. Rick 
Whitney, P.O. Kix 4175, 
RoawAe, Vlrgima, 24015. 
An' E(^l Opportunity Em- 
ployer. 



15- 



(iHNii iMity 



MAMUFACTUHING DISTRIBUTOR WANTED 
MO lUCHIllEBY REQUIRED 
Natiooal 94 year old orgaUutldB otters catalyst used 
in manoticture of CRETO in America and in private 
label prodtt^ throughout the world. Product is colqr- 
lets aad it is not a surtace coating. It penetrates new 
or old concrete using the very detrimental alkali now 
in the concrete itsdf to effect waterproofing, stop- 
Bate ol cncUng, crumbling and increases tensile strength 
fSe (»A number for CRETO ta 903L00044-2901, it 
ftlpillates *D0 NOT SUBSTITUTE, THIS MATERIAL 
SaSbEEM found to be THE OKLT PIK)OUCT THAT 
WILL DO THE JOB TO WHICH ITHASBEEN APPUED". 
Vrodnel ta in demand by industry, schooU, munici- 
telitles, etc. No machinery need to MFG. Just mta 
1^ MfH-trMcBdons pr^t! Phoiie Richard HarAr. 114- 



WANTED Olstribntors. 
Part-time (orsysQietieen- 
gine oU. Call 4 20-8350. 



OPPORTUNITY fbr ambi- 
tious people. Rub yoor own 
distributorriilp part-time. 
High income and profit 
sharing. PhonetorappoM* 
ment. 491-5655. 

PART Tiipe sales repre- 
sentatlve$!for SynthMic oil 
& Lubricants. CALL 420- 
8350 



BuslBoss Opportunity. Be 
your own boss, tor a |10 
uvestment. Profite daUy. 
460-0152. 



19 - Local Inatraetiaa Classes 






TIDEWATER 
TUTORING 

AU M^teia and Grada 
Lawels 
Sammer Program . 
2 0taee», 

497-4309 
B5S-8952 



ADMIRAL MOTORS 



1400 High St. 
T.C. Oakey, 



397-2332 
A J. Roland, Mgr. 

The man with a plan 



Gela-Gaya 

aart today • 
A travellH job 
United Sales Association 
can ptace 10 ambitious, 
personable young' ^ta- 

Tover II free toHra- 
resort areas and 
major attradlons coast to 
coast. (MEET THE PEO- 
PLE PROGRAM) A co-ed 
gnnv ogage^ to sales 
pnuBotiott. Great ' job, 
great beneltts, great 
moae y aad lota of toa. 
See Mr. Frank Waraar, 
&Bdptper Motor Apart- 
meote, 12th PaeUic An. 
Va. Beach. CaU4S8-l«i. 

(krage Sale. Cash only 
please. 



T 



The WORLD TOMORROW" 

NO\N ON RADIO IN THIS AREA 

WKh two decades of broad- 
cast experience Garner 1%d 
Armstrong now brings 
thought-provoking commen- 
tary and informed analysis 
to daily radio in this ar«a. 

Discussing the events and ideas 
which shape your life. "The 
WORLD TOMORROW" pre- 
sents a dynamic insight 
you'll find nowhere 
else. 



13 



Help Wanted 



INSI^UCTION CLASSES 
NnrMS Aides - Orderlies- 
Oak HUl Medical Tratalag 
School, Great Bridge. 541- 
5196. 



PIANO and Voice les - 
sons given in the Greet 
Bridge area. Call 421 - 
2455 Ask for Dennis Ro- 
berts. 



WESTERN RIDING IN- 
STRUCTION- Small clas- 
ses. Good horses. Inexpen- 
sive. Morning, afternoon 
and evwsing cUsses. Start- 
ing soon CALL 426-2114 
or 491-3060 



"VACATION Special - Pta- 
no lessons for beginners 
thta summer to run July 
S - August 21. Just $25. 
total for lessons and books 
Merritlelds - Phone 494- 
9094." 



ts - Artlelos tor Sala 



Large pool tables for sale. 
Can be aeeo at pool room 
on ITtb St. Va. Beach 



WEDIHNG OOWN-New, de- 
tachable trata. Bodice, tace 
aad b«^ pearis with long 
sleeves. 195.00 call 547- 
1902. Stae 10 



SWDIMntG Pool - 24' dta- 
meter with paUo, $1100. 
Call 491-92^1. 



AIR-CoBdittoner-Fed - 
ders, 11,000 B.T.U. 's, 
wood paael front, eieel- 
lent eondttion. flSD. CaU 
547-1802. 



PANELING-3/16 ta. gro- 
oved and anpooved tor 
IIJO per sheet. S/16 ta. 
Masootte 11.50 per sheet. 
Small CoUspot a refrlger- 
o ator tor $50. CALL Mrs. 
Taylor at 487-0101 



n-MHadtoAqr 



NORVIEW RARE COINS - 
Norfolk's most complete, 
buy, sell trade, buying sil- 
ver coins, 42 Southern 
Shoiviag Center, Norfolk, 
953-8111 



n.JawtfryftWilehaa 



BRACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1' wide with pear 
shape. o0Mn«4..as .itta- . 
moods on top. Very vda- 
able. CaU S4'<-1802. 



99 



FORK LIFT-1974-ALLlS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
lbs. Propane fuel, l90hrs., 
Uke new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3790 

EUM Addressogr^-tolr 
coodttiOB,- Incl a a a a sha U 
ves, drawers, SOOstencllv. 
Ideal tor small bnsiness, 
church, or AUt groiqi 
$200. or best olfer.oCaU 
547-4571. 



M ^RooBt- Beard 



ROOM to let-wiUi one tollt 
bath in the main. Kitchen 
yrivllages. Call 543 - 0458 



9« • For Sale Va. Baac^ 



lONG's Arms-townhouse. 
853-1 S. Clubhouse Rd. 3 
bedrooms. 1 1/2 baths. All 
appltances.' wall-to- wal^ 
carpn- Corner lot. VA ap- 
praised $21,500. Crescent 
Realty. 461-1415 or 423- 
8816. 

OLD DONA'Acm SHORES 
Custun brick ranch, 4 
bdUrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2 
flr^ptaces^ huge den and 
Utehen, carpeting through- 
out including screened por- 
ch overlooUng take. Call 
499-9934. 



98 • Far iBle Ta. 



•9 -For Sale 



POlNT-0-WOODS- By 
Owner. (London Bridge 
area). 6 room,4bedrooms, 
2 (extra large), 2 batts, 
large diady lot, cMlnl/ 
air, wood fenced, I«fe 
panelled living room, cat 
ta kitchen, 2 car garage, 
many extraa. No agents. 
CaU 496-6611 5 a.m. to 
10 p.m. daUy and 9 a.m. 
to 10 p.m. weekends. 



4 Bedroom-3 Baths, targe 
comer lot, ceirtral air. As- 
sume or cooventional. CaU 
940-2246 after 6 P.M. NO 
AGENTS 



t9-Fw Sate Oteswaake 



REED LOTS OF ROtM? 
Thta newly remodeled 
home ta for yon. 3 1/2 
bedrooms, den, break - 
fast room. $21,500. CaU 
Mary Scrint 623-2382 or 
423-6426. Nancjr Chandler 
Assoctates<Realtors. 



USED 2 inch extra heavy 
sAadule 90 pipe. Approx- 
imately 6900 feet. Best of- 
tor. (UU 461-7310. 



ant, Seara tent camper 
with extra tire. No tears 
ta teat. Body in good con- 
dttlea. Price $129.50. Call 
497-0250. 



10 - Home Senriees 



PAOmNG First Ctass • 
FREE estiraates.^ Referoi- 
ces. CaU 494-4392 



Lot Clearing, Grading, De- 
molltton, Acreage Clean- 
ing. By the hour or lob. 
Free esUmate. CALL 
547-19Ca. 



SECOND Mortgage Loans 
(Fast Service) F(Ht: Home 
improvementa, BiUCon- 
solldatioBa, tavestments. 
Any Reason. R. L^ For- 
I tune, Assoctates Financial 
Services of America, Inc. 
155-3105. 



■«M 



OUR CLASSIFIED ADVISOR 




BVBLTN to OM- dasaUtaH advtaor. It ta her )obto 
assist and advise sayone who caUs Byerly Publicatioos 
to pUce a tow-cost quick-acting classified ad. She is 
the first person you will meet if you bring your ad to 
our office on Battlefield Blvd. Evelyn checks every 
ad for corrections, for the riglit running dates, and 
makes sure your ad is published in all three of our home- 
town newspapers ^Chesapeake Post, Virginia Beach 
Sun, Tidewater Life). If you need help with your classi- 
fied ad, caU 541-4571. 



• GREAT BSmCE 
BBIDGEFIEU) 

Owner traasterretf. Large 
3 bdrm. Brick ranch, 2 
bath, eat ta kitchen, Hre- 
ptace, 16X45 patto, ta - 
ground pool, many extras, 
over 1/3 acre lot ■ 
» ALL4M-390I I 



VmTL repair. Bums, 
holas, A cata. Oa faral- 
tnra, oKlces, homes, re- 
stanranta, hotels A moteta 
Work dona on your pre- 
mlaaa. Low prices, free 
esUmates. CaU 464-3609. 



61 - ibsort Proparty 9Br Sala 



HOLIDAY Istand, N. C. - 
Camping lot 40x108., wa- 
ter, electric on lot. Clea- 
red, tread aad drive-way. 
$2^. CaU 494-9595. 



93 - Lota lor Sala 



PIANO taalng and repair. 
Ptayer.ptaaos also re - 
paired. Old piano dspecta- 
lity 

Can 486-5016 




COLLEGE 
anOIERWORK 
$MONEY$ 
CXLL 461-1199 



STAINLESS cookware.New 
19 piece set. Lifetime 
goarantee. Just tour toseU' 
at Uita low $284.95. Cash, 
durge, or tay-away plan. 
CaU 484-5640. 



LOTS OF ROOM 



Plana area-bv owner - 5 
bedroom-2 1/2 baths. Huge 
20 I 30 paMUed Recrea- 
tion Room. Over 2,000 sq. 
ft. Central - Air CcmdlUon- 
ing. Extra targe lot. Otter 
-tostewes. WiOOO. CaU 



QEORQETOWH 
. 'COLONY^ 

HOME ^ES rm. SALE 

for 

People planning Nomas 

A Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE.... 

333 Providence Rd. 

Call 464-0317 



WANTED TO BUT 

• 

Boat traUer to accom - 
modate 16 toot boat. Tan- 
dem axte preferred. CaU 
499-60tt betore 5 and adc 
torAl. 





Toni ■--, 



klOUITIIAl ft 
{ONniMCTION 
MUPMINrHNTAL 

543-5^9!eW«Mars eAir Con«rasse»s- 
•ForUKli eSpoco Haalfrtt 
•Cranai aClNrin Sows 
•Amps 

[333 Bciinbridga Blvd. 



NORMAN DEAf4 MGR. 





RetEigeratw- 
Freean'. Freeier holds 
265 pda., avocado aad ta 

excelleel condltica. CaU 
482-4311. 



SIKiLER - Oil Stove - 
untaM, good oondittog 
$110.00. CaU 541-6218 
541-5585 after, 5 p.m. , 



2a'-(taraga 



GARAGE Sale-9 a.m. tiU? 
Comtand section. 2125 
Benaftt Road, Chesapeake. 
Antliines, dishes and odds 
and eods. Cash only . 



MASSAOEGURL 

•176 WEEKLY 

QUARANTEEO 

No experience necessary 
will trata 19 or over. 
Bnslnass Man's Massaie 
A Heatth S|)a. 8tS-9e<l 
or 4ie-sni 



Loans 

NOTE 8md AUTO 

Korfolk 

County 

Finance Co.^ 

iOCALLY OWNED 

AND OPERATED 

482*3981 



. Stt BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 

tlLKM' 
^ SBOPraiG CENTER 



Real Estate SsIm AfiMit 
New Wtth Pembroke 
For 1976 

NO GIMMICKS 

JUST A BETTER 

COMMISSION SPLIT 

* AND BONUS 

COMPENSATIpN PLAN 

bpeatags tor ei^erienced 
or new agenta ta oorpreen 
•Briar or Vlrglnta Beach of- 
fice. Oveik 30-mUlton to 
Resldenttal sales for 1975 
makft us one of Tidewa- 
ter's largest full servica 
companies. We think «a 
can do more becanse we 
are the Gallery of Homes. 
. Look tor our NaUonal and 
local oonttauelng TV pro- 
motion. Attend our pro* 
fessional training ^onrse. 
Watter ■ Smtth 
.>47-7145 Chesapeake, or 
„. W RafftoaiL_497-9611 
Vlrginta Beach. 

•PEMBROKE REALTY 
jGALLERY OF IIOMES. 




BLACK 
BROTHERS 

BuUders 

Home Improvementa 
Contractors 
Garage BuUders 
Room Additions 
Alumtaum Siding 
Roofs - Carports 
iCitchen RemodeUng 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-731^ 

Hugh E. Btack, Sr. 
1900 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 




Red Water Blues? 
Don't Despair! 



3404790 



'SQtVDIG CHESAPEAKE 
FQfi 11 TEARS 

dor UgUy Maad as- 

soctaiea arersa4rud>>)l* 
to Had ym tba hone itf 
yov dream's at the bar 
arloaa aid tonu anil 



atte, la taday'a maiM. 
Coaiael aa tor the vary 
beat aarvioa avallaUa. We 



BEST Btnr n great 

BSmOE $38,900,001 
New all brick, 3 bedroom 
ilaches. Ceirtral air, car- 
petiag, heat pomp. 





891 Jalastowa Rd. 
b Heart of Croat Bridge 

547-4666 



rat at UTTU 
Si 9I .W m 

mnii 



Bomi Ai»iTiom 
ptcnbn ■iMonnJwc 

*AU staas of garages and' 

attached garages. 
'Convert garage to a den 

or IhmUy room 
•Ceramic TUe, Brick, & 

Stock work 

We qieciallse ta 
Home Improvements! 

R.H. BLACK 

Ce. 



ANYTIME 



191-7179 
EVENINGS 



RICH BLACK TOP SOIL 
A SAND FILL DIRT, LOT 
CLEARING , LANDSCAP 
ING AND OEMOUHONS | 
CALL DOZIER ENTER - 
PRISES 420-0670. 



B*J 
Patatli« A Paper Haagtag 

Very reasonable, free es- 
timate, all work neatty 
done and guaranteed. 
"So Let The Girls" Do It" 
PhMie 955-0558 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 

DOWN? 
General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean 
log, floor waxing and strip-, 
ping, window cleaning, car- 
pet and iqibolstery sham- 
pooing. Bonded, insured. ^ 
FREE ESTIMATE. Call ^ 
DOHESTICABE at «9 
1971. 



More efficient 
grain stirring 
reduces drying 
time and costs 
...up to 50% 

DMC Siir-Ator is the ^IMant 
grain stirring unit with Hw unique 
pattern, engineered to M' all 
the grain in your bin; right to the 
wall wittHMl spacial attaeh- 
manta; all the way to ma eantar, 
no uMtinad scaltopa, no 
heaping, a Stir-Alor continu- 
oinly movaa wet grato to the 



h«at source; gata all the drying 
spaed of continuous flow 
systoiM at less cost; better 
uniformity, less chance of 
spoilage, a Exclusive mercury 
switch control automatically 
governs auger travel speed 
to suit condition of the grab), 
a Choice of auger models. 
Stop In and sea. 



313 Mayflower Dr. 

kUyflowerParfc 

Portsmooth 

Three bedroom brick raach, t«J^. 
dining room, eat-to kttdtaB. to^^O^ 
idace aad atta<*ed garage, "ms lovely 
C^ on a baaotltol ahaded lot atao has 

,15 toot »*1«»1^ p'sL'is.MS: 

$40,500. CaU: LairisaMmtoriai-5444or 
424-3120. 



You can trust af^ 

REALTOR lB 

hSSSSmSSb REALTOR' 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



"ThB WORLD 
TOMOMOW 
Listen today. 




The Realtors bctow are prtrfeaslonata ta real estate who 

subscribe to a strict code of ethics u members of local 

and state boards and of toe Rattoaal Anoctatton of Real 

Estate Boards. •^ 

Profet your Inv—tmwitI S— otn of thoso loading ar— Romonl 




DMC STIR-ATOR* 

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^opayou BfmB ai. 



IM^ig yon 9M M RWil Dtil 
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FOSTER * SANDERLM ft CO., MC. 

immNBMIAIIROAD 

421-3282 ««""«.«»»« 421-2886 
REVELLE AQRMHIODUCTS 

MURFEESBOtO, MC 21895 

019-398-3116 



l9«9Ma 



Brittmiy Woo^ 
Forest Mm 
Cedar (Jrove 
Taylwwooa 

484-4S42 



m QUICK RI8in.TS 

CALL 
«24-3720 



SASSER 



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4844690 








I|lOIE1TOrFIELD4M-$4M 
jmLD GEORGE 494-7(34 
TOMMYE K>irELL4|4-0404 
PAOUME QCmiG 4M-99tt 
BENimTFIEU) 4I4-S433 
KMHIE HOWELL 04-0494 
Paul sooeninst; ^9-4^1 



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Beach pupils 
eye rewards 

. wUl be rewarded for good grades 
ott their fiiui tejwrt cards bythe36McDoMW's restaur- 
ants bere June 8-30. 

CaUed the "ScMars" Award" program, U offers a free 
re«ul»r chee»burj«r to. all students who brlni la their 
final report cards that show at least me "A" or at least 
n;'.t' tr; -ide4Mifntt*d as the "hichest" graile loan tndiv- 
iM'iii %oiio6i-«Tttem, 

School* In Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Chesa- 
peake, Newport News, Hampton, WllUamsburg, Franklta, 
Suffolk, and EUiabethCity N.C. have been invited to parti- 



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Start your summer right, 
with a BOAT BUY from 
thesi dealers! 



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TM lecture set 

TransceodMUl UediUUon founded bjr MidiarlsU Ma- 
^p.st Yogi, allows for deep relaiatlon, reductlooof stress 
i tension, and increases energy, efficiency, and alert- 
>v3« in actlTlty. To find out more about TItattwda 
free Introductory lecture at the International Meditation 
Society, 224 GrovelandRd., in the executive Office building 
adjacent to tiie east end (rf Princess Aime Plasa, (01 
Virginia Beach Blvd., every Thursday, at 7:30 P.M. For 
fiirthar Information call 340-0400. 

Potfuck lunch told 

The Mlmiti Enlisted Wives Club wUl hold an Interna- 
tional Artluck &11 and Farewell Lundleon Friday from 10 
to 2 at the ^ aad ^re Wives Club. There will be 
sp^kers tte D^ieiidwts', Flight to Europe and the 
triaU <rt&(fp«»tteii; For iBformatioD call Lynn Huscher 
42S-UI4 or SrirSiettcki Hi-mi. 

McCottet promoted 

Wanda R. ilcCottor hasrecffiitlybeenpromotedtoman- 
i^r of the 7-Eleven Food Store at 62 17 East Indian Rier 
Road in Vincinia Beech, 

In her year with The Southland CorporationMs.McCot- 
.ter hu also served as assistant store manager, and is 
working towards her associates degree In Business Tech- 



Beech unit meets 

J^ Virginia Bea^ Unit of the American Uabetes As- 
iodi4i^«Ul met/t tonl^ at 8 in the cafeteria of Bayslde 
ttMqbi^^. ^IFreeiMB wtlldiscusa "New Develop- 
Aeija is Uab^es." There is no charge for attending, and 
ttepildlc is Invited. 



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Vltfia^Sm^ receiyed the associate in gn^carts 
dffr» irom fhewao College during recent graduation 
exerdsM. Mllll^iilc is a graduate of Fintt Coloniai 
High School. 



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take advantage of great 
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CLOCK MART, 

332 LONDON BK^tKJK 
GENTPR 

Corner A'a. Htfuc'tiUlvd. 
■ad Ui>««l N'Mk ltd. 

486-3103 

Always^ fin* selection 
of f lo<^, wall and 
ipintal clocks, 
t^arn about 
tomorrow's antlquas^ 
toitay. FraadelKrwy -y^ 
Hid bistaNatlon chi f Ioch- \ 
ctock In obr swvtea araa. 





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Profiils* 






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(1/2 Bite W«t of P«M<rt» HaU) n»u M4^»I-M11) 






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SEEIAL3 s::ct:o:i 
VA STATB lib:'a:it 




City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



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June«, 1976 



15 cents 



Voyage into past 



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JUN 17 19T6 



Beach commander 
caught in fervor 




J 



PHOTOS 

S— Pag9 A4 



ewrf ttttiuAe of It. Hie vetenli 
Navyiiuui helped the V£. Navy relive 
Amoricaa Uitorjr lut mcoUi iriien lie 
took Us destroyer, tbe Holwrt A. 
Oven, to Masttn in the Bahamas 
for a Ueteonlal visit. 

Wiy Nassau? 

To miderrtand why, you'll bave to 
go back throu^ tbe annals of Ameri- 
caa Naval history— iwck to the days 
fo vroodan sh^is. canvas sails and 
iron I 

Let's Mt tbe scenerlo. 

S m itgrttA ttra hadred years 



nental Navy carrying U.S.S Marines 
conducted as assualt landing raid en 
New Providence Island (Nassau). 

Tbe new American fleet under It 
first Commander-in-Chief, Com- 
modore Esek Hojricins, carried out 
the first amphibious operation ever 
conducted by American Navymen and 
Uari^eS. The Naval squadron landed 
250 Marines and 50 sailors who cap- 
tured New Providence Island with only 
sligfat resistance and no bloodshed. 

The fOrts protecting tbe Nassau 
hartnr surrendered a number of can- 
non and supplies and the Colonial 
Americans held the tropical island 
for two weeks before sailing for 
Rhode Island with tbe govermr as 
abottace. 

Dnrlng tbe e[^ueing 200 years, 



Our queen 






The Bftadi's pretty Jan 
Hafling is captured by 
friH^ogr^ier Rod_ Maim 
dyrif^ a grwp prodhttlion 
mffnbar slige<i this weA- 
•nd at ttit Miss Virginia 



Beadi Pageant, whidi Jan 
won. TNb new queen will 
turn 21 come July 27 and 
•ttemfo Madison College. 
She oirrently woeks nights 
at Caesar's Restaurant. 



Virginia Beach citizens will eoo- 
f ^ue to read their distances in mUes 
oqly — for the^iest year at teast. 

A suggestion by City ManagerGeo- 
rge L. Hanbury that metric e<piiva- 
lents to be a(Ued to tbe city's road 
signs as they are replaced ms deter- 
red until next year. CoimcUman Ro- 
bert B. Cromwell Jr. Ibou^ the State 
sh(Mild take the lead in such things 
aiKl Councilman Clarence A. Holland 
si^gested the Council wait and see 
what the Legislature does next year 
before taking any action locally. 



Beach cancer unit 
has tough warning 



f. 



"Some pecqrte believe ttey can ke^ cancer oit ni 
ttidr bodlM bf Ut^Bf tt out of their t^ais,' says 
mmH MfOle, dtt^Ma o( Oe Virgiala Bm^ Untt'j 
im etto^iMtl mA fM-ralsb« Cru^ of te Ameri- 

"Othen tate tte Mttade that if cancer strtos ttem, 
tt wUI be irrm^sHdy IMd, so tt^ toe try Ml to ttiak 
OoA tt. For bott ri Qmt gM9«» ewev 1««m% 
VMf to'i^ «rt rt hand b^ns* Ike earMrwitfng 
sipals are ifMved," te nid. 

Tbe AiB«rten <^MM- Society rtrcss^ tteJUIer- 
ma betwea taMttg m& tbe ptwsUity <^ l^ig 
falieer and t^das wU^e ffmuM^, Keomtat tbe 
mtf^ sigaals iMm tt pMSttde to «ot the early 
ifBptaBS of eaaen- it a»MeBse'» traat^le Mges. 

Tbe Mvea aiew wvratag 4p»ls are: 

i. Chaa^ IB bowd or Wirfte- babtt*. 



Z. A sore that <h>es not beal. 

3. Unusual bleeding or discharge. 

4. Thi<i«il^ or lump in brust or elsewhere. 

5. Indigestion or ditticdty in swallowing. ' 
S. CNwtoiS change in mole or wart. 

7. Kaggii« cough or hoaraess. 

D^IMIfr empteslzes that wbm one of Oie sev^ sig- 
o^s ippoLZs, it very likely is mrt ouicer, but that inly 
a doctor can tell if the orndttfaM is braign or mall- 
pant. 

Wtet difference ev> heeding a wai^ng signal make? 

"For eaample," says DeMUle, Ite flve-year wirvivaj 
rate for breast cancer is M per cmi If tr^ted early 
Older optimum conditions, but cnly 56 per cent if tte 
malignancy is allowed to spmd. The dances (rf a colas 
or redom cancer patieM liviq; five years w kmger 
dnq» from 71 to 42 per c«t, and tor women with oter- 
IM cancer. 12 to 44 per c^." 



Pulled from surf 



Virginia Beach Rescue Squad per- 
sonnel moves quickly into action to 
prevwit y^t observers clustered around 



this youth said would have been a drow- 
ning, the first here in 1976. But squad- 
smen i^ere there' wtien it counted. 




A-2- Virginia Beacb Sun, June 16, 1976 



Beach'^)toimiVge plan 

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TUITION GRANT 
NOTICE 

Virginia Beach City Public Schools 

Office of the Superintendent 
1976-77 Initial Application Deadline 

July 15, 1976 

:; [Secure Application at the Special 
i Education Office, Stadium Annex) 
;: . 217 N.Witchduck Road 
;: Telephone: 499-2328 

Itt&s and regulations for Tuition Assistance for the 
Ec^cation of Handicapped Cbildren in Virginia attending 
Afl^ved Private Nonsectarian Schools for the Handi- 
caAed 1976-77. (In Compliance with Sections 22-10.5 
an^ 22-10.8, Code of Virginia, 1974. Acts of the General 
A^mblv.) 

A.'* DEFINITION: Handicaiq>ed children include those 
'• who are mentally retarded, learning disabled, phy- 
\ sically handicapped, emotionally disturtted, hearing 
: impaired, multiple handicamted and visually im- 
;' paired as defined in the publications Administra- 
tive Requirements and Guidelines for Special Edu- 
cation Programs, 1972 and Services for Exceptional 
Children, A Guide for Program Improvement, 1970, 
Virginia State Department of Education. 
B. ELIGIBLILITY OF PUPIL: In order to deter- 
minie the eligiblity of a handicapped child for 
tuition assistance, the following retpiirement must 
be fulfilled: 
1. For the school year 1976-77, the handicapped child 
must have reached his/her second birthday by Dec- 
ember 31 1976, and ^11 not have reached his/ 
her twenty-first birthday by December 31, 1976. 
Z. ;Tbe child must be identified as handicapped in 
;accordance with State Board of Edwation defini- 
tions and procedures, after carefil review ofa[q>ro- 
:priate professional evaluations.Additionally, it must 
-be d^ennined that the school division is unable to 
'provide api>ropriate special education for this handi- 
can>ed child, either locally or through arrange- 
ments with another school division, and such ed- 
jication is not available in the State schools or 
^Institutions. Such evaluations shall be on file and 
available for review by designated State oi^rt- 
ment of Education personnel. 
3. tThe parrat or gaunUan of the child for whom tuition 
assistance is requested must provide necessary 
evaluative information (medical, social, {wvcbolo- 
«lcal, (psychiatric, if appn^rhte) and edwaUoial},- 
^0 the local school division and, wbm rc(pested, 
jnust give written permission for additional enlna- 
tions as needed for the determinaticm of eligibility. 
i AK>licatlon on the official form accompanied bf 
the above shall be siriHnitted by the parent at - 
guardian to the local school division if Mj 15, 
1976 to be eligible for initial consiM^AM for 
the school year 1976-77. 
i. 'TuWoB assistance will ncM be altowed wl4i ttt, 
IsmUcapped child no l(^er requires speclat ied- 
.^l^tton services, graduates from h^h school or 
a Sate B<»rd of Educatim a{9roved traini^ pro- 



By BUD LOWE 
Sun Contributor 

This month the First Colonial Wind Ensemble, Con- 
cert Band, Marching Band, and Drill Team partici- 
pated in an exchange program with the Mountain Lakes 
High School Band of Mountain Lakes, N. J. and at- 
tended the fourth annual Ridgewood Music Festival in 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

The exchange prc^rambegan April 30 with the arrival 
of the Mountain Band at the Beach. The visiting band 
members were hosted in the homes of F. C. band, 
drill team, and chorus members. 

After the initial rehiearsals a picnic was held at Dam 
Neck. Later th.at night the First Colonial Spring Festival 
of Music wa: presented to the public. Performing 
groups included the Mountain Lakes chorus and band, 
directed by Robert McClellen and John Mascaritolo, 
the First Colonial Madrigal Chorus, directed by David 
C. Reese, and the First Colonial Concert Band and Wind 
Ensemble, both under tJie direction of Mai A. Gonaiw. 

Combination great 

The highlight was a 140-plece, 60-voice group com- 
posed of the vocalists and instrumentalists of Mountain 
Lakes and First Colonial combined. A dance given by 
the First Colonial hosts followed the concert. The 
Mountain Lakes groups returned to New Jersey May 2. 

The First Colonial Bands and Drill Team left for 
New Jersey May 14 and arrived at Mountain Lakes Hi^ 
School eight hours later where the Mountain Lakes Band 
hosted them in their ibmes. The first compeition of 
the Ridgewood Festival was the concert compeitition. 
The First Colonial Wind Ensemble competed in the highest 
division, the AA division, Friday night. 

The group's selections were "The Liberty Bell' 
(J. P. Sousa) and "George Washington Brii^e" (Wil- 
liam Schuman). Saturday morning the F. C. Drill Team, 
instructed by David C. Reese and Hope Parker, part- 
icipated in the Color Gurad competition in which 22 
. groups were entered. 

8 states compete 

Saturday afternoon the F. C. Band and Drill Teams 
from eight states competed in the numerous events of 
the Ridgewood Festival. 

After the competition Saturday a public concert was 
fivpn at ""Tfl^|a|fcaM|Mi| AlUi^ai^a 
da»sg^«a]i*fM^^I?wmBi^B9[ awards for the 
Ridgewood compeitions were received. 

Mountain Lakes placed third in its parade division 
Of the 26 bands participating, the First Colonial Wind 
Ensemble placed second in the AA Concert compeitions, 
the F. C. Drill Team placed Qrst in its color gaurd 
division, and the F. C. Band and OriU Team won third 
place in the parade compeitions. 

Elks slate event 

Elks Lodges of Portsmouth, Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
win combine their efforts in a Flag Day ceremony 
Sunday at Ft. Story at 2 p.m. The principal speaker 
will be Mayor J. Curtis Payne. The public is invited 
to attend this colorful event which will include music 
and display of flags. 




New bus route 



Special service 
starts at Beach 



Tidewater Regional Transit (TRT) has started special 
shuttle bus service for Beach vactioners and summer 
employees, according to Robert Carter, chairman of the 
Tidewater Transportation District Commission. 

The shuttle, known as the "Sunshine Special", (grates 
every 65 minutes from 8 a.m. to 6 p,m., Monday through 
Saturday. No Sunday service is planned at this time. 
Schedule information may be obtained by calling 487- 
3451. 

TRT is using two Mercedes "mini-buses", equipped 
with surfboard racks. TRT has added a simple device 
to the buses which Iralds two surfboards securely while 
protecting them from damage. Dr. J. Henry McCoy 
and Robert H. Callis, Jr., Virginia Beach's represen- 
tatives on the Commission, note that this the first 
time that such a convenience was offered to surfers 
on regular transit service. 

The route runs from Kempsville Plaza via Princess 



Anne Road, Edwin Drive, Independence Boulevard, Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, Laskln Road, First Colonial 
Road, Virginia Beach Boulerard and Atlantic Avenue 
to the Steel Pier; then down Atlantic Avenue to 40th 
Street and return to Kempsville Plasa via the same 
route. 

One way fare is 35 cents. A 50 cent all day pass 
will be available for trips along Atlantic Avenue be- 
tween 40th Street and the Steel Pier. 

It is expected that the shuttle will find its greatest 
usage by tourists on short trips up and down the beach 
and to shoM>ing centers, and among motel and restaur- 
ant employees living at the beach during the summer 
months. Since the shuttle will provide connections with 
regular Route 34 Virginia Beach Boulevard bus service, 
it should also prove convenient for workers and beach- 
lovers in other areas of the city. 




-9 1 6 Beach pupils honorect 



A report released by the Virginia Beach Public Schools 
D^Mrtment of Health and Physical Education shows that 
916 students in the fourth through seventh grades in 
the city schools have qualified tOr Presidential Phy- 
sical Fitness Awards this year. 



Uveittip...b1ackne 



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PuD out all the sops and go^. go . . . ga Our 
selection of formal fashions by After Six was never 
more up-to-thc mnute, newer more coloriuL Stas, 
tics. ve^-Wve gc« evcq<te^i»u neeitego 
and look first class. 

R«rt your prom formal at 




The number is approximately six per cent of the toal 
number of students in grades 4-7 in the Virginia Beach 
Public Schools. 

Ilie Presidential Physical Fitness Award program 
honors boys and girls who demonstrate exceptional 
physical achievement. R Is the highest award given 
ior performance on the American Association of Health, 
Physical Education and Recreation Youth Fitness Test, 
Mich is a battery of six skill items designed to measure 
physical fitness for boys and girls. 

Only those scoring in the top IS percent, based on 
natioiial norms, are eligible for the Presidential Phy- 



sical Fitness Award. The six test 
pull ups for boys and flexed arm hang 
with sit ups, a shuttle run, standing 



yard dash, and a 600 yard run-walk. 

In addtion to the 916 youi^sters who 
award for the first time this year, 250 
award tor the second year, 75 for the 
nine students received the Presidential 
for the fourth year in a row. 



itmes include 
for girls along 
long jump, 50 

qulafled for the 
others won the 
third year, and 
Fitness Award 




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Car wash scheduled 

Plaza Junior High is havii% a car wash Jiue 26. 
It will be staged at Cross's Shell, Plaza Trail vcA Rose- 
mont. The cost is |1 per car and |2 for trucks or 
vans. Proceeds will go toward uniforms and trans- 
portaticm for the next school year. 



Chinese Restaurant 

Oriertal Dining 

For on •nchonting •vening fhtt 

ii III* plot*. SZECHUAN oMd 

CANTONESE cooking. EiotU: 

f'oiynoiion drinki and cocktoiU. 

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Virginia Beacb Sun, June 16, 1976-A-3 



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Payne unveils honor plaque] 
at mental health center 



Hajnr J. Curtis Piym tas imv^ad t {daqoe tt 
tin Virgliila Betek Com^rriMMive MwUl Hailtk Mr- 
vices Carter at WH Wiktwood Drive. 

The bnmi* jdaqne is dadlctted to those persou vte 
' establlslied t meirtal fcealth cUitie My 1, IMO to serve 
citiieu <a Vir^ois Beech sad the Eastern Oore of 
Virnma. 

The finl cUaic was located In the Beach Boroui^ at 
207-Sn 17th areet and a larfer faeiUty was later 
•stabUshed Sqit. 1, IMl at lOn Atlantic Ave. 

ThrOQKh the coirtlnidac cHorts of these dtiaens, who 
were interMted in improvlaf avallahle services Ibr 
mental health, a federal grairt was lAUined to eonstnict 
a lann' and more permanent ficiltty lU 1878 WUdwood 
This Center with tts 4,900 sqnare feet of clinical 
and office space was completed in March 1970. 

A second smaller bulMing was erected on Uie same 

two-acre plot in 1971 The state operated a mental 



Station permit 
gets real plug 



In a tnmabout, ^pUcants for a conditional use permit 
for a wrvice station have received real si4)port for 
their apidlcatioo at before City Council. Residents of 
the area showed 19 to support Willard and Cattertne 
R. Frost 1^ want to operate a service station on a 
.66 acre parcel located on the northwest comer of 
Great Neclc and Poplar Point Road. 

Councilman Clarence A. Holland remarked that it 
was "itelifhtful" to have someone coming down to sq^rt 
a real fnu-acrvlce statton, not he added, that he had 
anytbinK apinst self-service stations. 

The Fmts bad operated an Eoon station on Great 
Neck Road, bot were forced to leave the location with 
the widcninc of Great Neck Road. The new station will 
be Qw only service station between Shore Drive and 
Virginia Beach Boolevard. 

Altboagh a small Texaco station had been located on 
the new site since the '50's, no vsepermit had previously 
been granted because it pre-dated the CZO. 

City Council approved the petition. 

CB meet slated 

A nunher of Bench radio buffs are (dadning to attend 
the iMewMe CB Jamboree schedrie^Satnrd^^aanip- 
ton^ise^. %namir MM ItttnwF liwriin i ^i ft 
«s^n$ta« *l^ IHMt to dBm, IsrmatioB of a Iflrgiida 
CB wgnninrtitM. tfeor la-ises, a daiwe and ertntain- 
mwt. R starts at noon. Tickets are |t.90 and avail- 
able at all Ticketroo locations, Oe ba ofttoe, and CB 
Electronics, Inc. 
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health eliaic in these buUdinffS fitU 1973 when the Rate 
assigned operational control of the tecilitos to ttw 
City of Virginia Beacb. 

In 1974 the AUaatlc Menial Health Center offered 
to transfer their federal (Rational Instltote of Mental 
Health) construction gnntee status to the City (^ Vir- 
ginia Bend tor coDlhndnK nseinmentalbeattbprograms. 

OAsequcntly, the CooncU Nov. 24, reaffirmed its 
earUer actlra and also accepted the deed conveying 
the Atlantic Mental Health's Canter's rMl estate and 
other asseU to the City of Virginia Beacb. A portton 
of this resolution is contained in the bnnce idaqne 
being dedicated. 



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Alookatthe 
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if Annrica is to continue to pow-and proqier, it's 
going to need moic enetgyi That means more power plants. 

No matter what type d pfamt we build, inflation 
guarantees that tomonow's dectricity b ^}ing to cost more. 

But we can help control future coat hioeases by 
choosing the most economical fuel to power new plants. 

Thedboioea. 

In this area, oil and natural gas MC bc^ scarce and 
eiqieiiBve. Forei^ oO is too politicdty un^Ue to dqiend 
on. Sotar energy, ge«tennal energy, tides, and wind poww 
are aB iniere«ing, tMit are not prtK:tical or economical tt 
the present time for g«icrating electricity. 

The only dioicei left are coal and nuclear energy. 

A ood4ied plant B less costly to build than a nuclear 
plairt, Ina owy iiJdf ii more expenave than nucle»Juel 
becnise inanhun (Moduces miK^ mcxe energy per dollar. 

A badev powR |4ant oo«s more to build, but tt 
pmoit te finrtirc^ieratos oneo«s coaadenMy ks dum 
cod because of urarumn's 1^ energy production per 
d«*ar. Ei^ a dK price <rf ursntam wwe to increaae sub- 
stantially, the ^ctiidty pnxhned m nudnr planli should 

sp be tower dost. 

To aanver ttis, we have to couider how &e choice 

wffiaiie^yon. 

Yowtotdetaaricbillisniadeaptrftwopfftt- a 
bMe;«eo(»cn«operrt^aDd fixed eq3eniei,nidafuel 
adhi^aeM ooive^ ^np hi fuel ooett. 

In ibe cae of bufltbig a cod^red (riant, tte l^bCT 



mvesunoit costs today would r«se tin base rates. In addi- 
tion, the h^hn Aid cost woidd rasidt in u mcvsose m die 
taei adjustment. Both rttes and hid a^stmMts, c^ course, 
are su^ect to the an»noval of the state r^ulatory 

commisaon. 

In the case of building a nudear (riant, the base rates 
vw)uld probably increase mote than they would if a coal- 
fired {^t woe built. But the fuel adjustment would dmp. 

The COS is mote in both cases. But with nuclear, 
the ovendl result at the (xesoit time is a jmafl«r Mcraow 

inyourbfll. 

Everythiiv conadded, the nudear power plant is 
the bert choice Vepoo has tt the ptesmt tinw for hofcyng 
down future costs. 

The cUki^ to Ac iiitnre. 

Desirite ri^ig costs, Anaoin mtBt devdop its own 
domestic stq^ of dqsendaUe, afiotd^rie energy, It must 
lessai its presrat dep^tfesceoa coaify fordgn cA. 

Hot's wi^ Vq»o it iurw% more md mon to nu- 
ctatf power, pumped stocti^ MfOdectrto powo; Bx) cod 
where it is m(Hc econoitfcd dm oil MenmrUe. we're 
urgji^ conserwtion <rf dectticfcy « every way poBiiMe. 

BydevdofMi^abdMcedsyttemofgeaoMlon and by 
using mer^ trady, Vepoo md its cuttcMnefs can hdp Ama<^ 
icamch itsgoaM en«sr4ndep»dmce. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 

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Summer aid coming 

Virginia Beach wUl use $165,000 of tlM Compre- 
hMslve Emidoyment and Tralnlnf Act tends to establish 
summer programs for the disad?aiitaged youth of the 
City. The money will make possible the provision 
of 160 summer jobs from mid-June until the end of 
Sqitember. The youth will work in areas of general 
maintenance, general clerical and other entry level 
positions while they are becoming aoiuainted with every- c 
day working condlUims. 

2 contracts awatdBd 

Two sewerage and water contracts totaling |19t,195 
lUve been awarded to the D. J. W. Construction Co.,, 
B«:., tor $78,117 and P .C. JoUU 
Ok., for $78,117 and P. C. JollUr Company for 
$120,077.50, low bidders on the projects. 
' Another contract award Mondity afterinoB went to 
John H. Malbon, Construction Co., Inc. for $29,950 for 
ooDStruction of the remaining portion itf the storm 
«ainaie outlall at the M)inl< 

SPCA show slated 

The Virginia Beach S.P.C.A. will hold its first Annual 
Benefit Horse Show Saturday, June 19. 

The show will be held at Prineau Aniw Parti at the 
intersection of Landsown M. and Princess Anne Rd. 
Schidule of Classes includes Balttr aad Petformance. 
■s; Shirley Buekner owner and muager of Grassland 
StaUes is co-ordlaatlng the show for Oie 8.P.C.A. 

For further informatiott call 421-3800 or 427-2044. 

Noon Is graduated 

Najry Seaman Recruit Kevin II. Noon, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. F. Noon of 201 Gibson Drive, Chesapeake, 
Va.. was graduated from recruit training at the Naval 
Training Cotter, Great Lakes, HI. 

Classes include instruction Ui fteamanship, military 
regulations, tire-fighting, cloae ixrder driU, first aid 
aad Navjr history. 

A 1975 graduate at Princess Amie High School, Vir- 
ginia Beach, he joined the Navy in February 1976. 



Christy participates 



Christy A. Slebels, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Eugene T. 
Siebels, of Whitehurst Landing Road, was a participant 
and a co-leader in gnxq) discussim In a recent student 
focttlty day held at the Medical College of Nursing. The 
purpose was to share opinions aad ffldw recommendations 
OB nursing topics. 

Elizabeth honored 

Anne EUtabMi Creasy fA Vlrglaia Beach has ben 
umed to the Dean's IM of DistinguitfMd ^udeeU at 
the Univenity of Rlehmood fOr tte spring of 1976. 

Miss Creasy, 4he dinger (tf Mr. and Mra. Lewis 
A. Creasy of 4629 Cutlss Court, attends the School 
of Business Adminixtratkm, a divtsioo of the university. 
She is a Dean's LM ^udeirt, And tt» hodceyteam. 



Jo Ann new prexy 

Jo Ann FineUeld was elect«l presldaat the Dobar- 
ton Garden Club at the cld)'s last mc<tlag. Other ww 
officers include Marilyn Russo, vice-president, Lorraine 
Dewey, seretary, and VA Pirtig, treasurer. 

Bob doing dance 

Bob Blufflottal, son M Mr. tad Mra. Herman S. 
Btam^hal of S^ ^^iferott Uae, VU^ia Baaift, 
to Me (rt several MuUaoa College stvtoA aniterfag 
tea daa^ miMiM at WUliafflai»if*s naehCHtntHs 
Ois sauser. 

BlttfflMrthal will be part of a German folk tea^ ptwp. 
Ha is a sentor at Madison. 

mmbers welcomed 

The j9^ Al|te Chapter <a Beta ^aui m wehsmed 
new mmbers LydU Cohen, Chatfal Kerbfr aad Brefi(k 
G«Blry, who received their pledge rUual at a Taea&y 
iMiMag. n* meting ms held at tte home i^ DeU SoM, 
at 8861 CM Forge Rd., iTladsor Woods. 



Robwt A. Owens (right) and U88 Mwtdlth cut through big wavM 




Oft destroyer 

Beach unit 

lilces trip 




From Page A 1 



Commander Keough of BeacN 



many U.S. Navy ships have visited 
Maaan hot Us reocat visit was a 
speical one because the three ships, 

invited to vlstt tha island aad parti- 
dpata la the 1976 bicentennial fest- 
IvltiM. 

Oa Mari^ 8, the Beach's Keougli 
aittved tf Nassau. Bid this Ume, 
tha raeqitloli was dtftoraot than thiA 
which am^ Us aaval forerunners 
two taadnNlTWn ago. 

lids tfinii^ the Americans came 
as ia^ed qants and frieada. 

Aa the ttraa slilps of Destroyer 
-SqaadrOB 84, ander the command of 
C^taJa Fred F. Ames, Jr., entered 
tte ifaasaa barter, the squadron flag^ 
slip, tniUam C. LAwe, was at the 
be«i M Oie colnnm. At tt« re- 
quest si Americaa Ambassador to 
tte Bahamas S^rmoor Weise, the 
laid dMtroyer flad four shots from 
her five-iaift guns. 

Ha momidlng slwts echoed 
tturaa^hoit tte 17-mlla^k»g Island 
aad sipafaollxed the reoactmtnt of 
the, 1^6 raid. 1%e eeaturies-old 
eaimoB at Miisan's Fort Charlotte 
retaraed tha symbolic fin with ftmr 
tfmts Iran her main battery. 

TalUv dMt Maasau, Keough com- 
"fr waa a lovely island 



and the Bahamian people were very 
hospitable. ! really oijoyed going 
to visit the Governor General at )ils 
mansion and tak^ part in the Bi- 
'aritMnttf '^ceremonies at old Fort 
Charlotte. ^^" 

"Besides making a formal call 
on the Governor General, we also 
called on the Prime Minister and the 
American Ambassador to the Ba- 



The three diplomats completed the 
protocol ceremonies with official 
i^its to the three Navy ships, where 
they inspected the booor guard and 
tmred the ships. 

While in Nassau, Commander 
Kemii^ and several of bis officers 
and enlisted men from the Robert 
A. Owois were evening guests of 
the American Ambassador at a gala 
cocktail party at his beachslde villa. 
He said that the evening was one 
of the highlights of bis (un-fiUed 
visit to the Bahamas. 

Recalling his bicentennial visit to 
Nassau, the Beach destroyer skipper 
acknowledged that the three ships had 
about 18,000 Bahamian and American 
tourists visit the sh^ during their 
five-day stay. 

The trip to Nassua is now a part 
of history— aproadNavl history which 
spans more than X)0 yeara. 



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of the Track and Field Eitramurals. 

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the irtramural winners from the secondary sctools 
annpetli^. 

Wlracrt I9 grade level were: 

Seveoth Grade (Girls) Standing Loi« Jump, Vaogie 
Crockett, Princess Anne Jr., 7'5-3/4'', Low Hurdles, 
Va^[ie Crockett, Princess Anne Jr., 13.7 sec., 50, 
Jtno Graves, Plau Jr., 6.4 sec., 220, Rita Griffin, 
Princess Anne Jr., 28.8 sec, 100, JenoGraves, Princess 
Anne Jr., 12.2 s^., 440 Relay, Linda Joshua, Va. Beach 
Jr., 55.8 sec. Barinra Hines, Partricia Cherry, Debbie 
Morgan. 

Schools: 1st, Plasa Jr., 1st (tie) Princess Anne Jr., 
3rd, Lynnhaven. 



Seventh Grade (Boys) landing Long Jump, Elvis 
Beach, Princess Anne Jr., 8'5-l/2", Low Hurdles, 
Chris Bun^m, Lysnlnven Jr., 16.5 sec.; 100, Vio- 
ceot HoUey, Plaza Jr., iL9 s<K;..i 44Q> Allen Johnson, 
Plaaa Jr., 62.5 sec.; . 2^, Mike Enhs, Plau Jr., 
26.7 sec; 880 Relay, James Camell, Joey Morrisette, 
Robert -Coble. 

Schools: 1st, PUu Jr.; 2Dd, Lynnhaven Jr.; 3rd, 
Princess Anne Jr 

Eighth Grade (Girls) High Jump, Denise DiNardo, 
Independence Jr., 4*10"; Long Jump, Julie Blow, Xemps- 
^le Jr., 15'8"; Low Hurdles, Barbara Crabtree.Kemps- 
ville Jr., 12.4 sec; SO, Annette Moody, Plasa Jr., 
6.7 sec; Sherry Alexander, .Kempsville, Jr., Teresa 
Walker, Independence Jr., Polly Mclndoe, Lynnhaven 
Jr., Bemle Lenahan, Bayslde Jr., 1:(M.0 sec; Kenya 
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Anne Jr., 12.6 sec; Polly Mclndoe, Lynnhaven Jr., 
56.8 sec; Cathy Carlson, Julie Overton, Laura Good- 
man, 

Schools: 1st, Kempsville Jr.; 2nd, Lynnhaven Jr., 
3rd, Bayslde Jr. 

Eighth Grade (Boys) Loi« Jump, Jimmy Rogerson, 
Kempsville Jr., 18'2-l/2"; Hi^ Jump, Bobby Summer- 
ville, Plata Jr. 5*5"; Low Hurdles, Steve Hankinson, 
Bayside Jr., 15.8. sec; 100, James Rogerson, Kempsville 
Jr., 11.3 sec; 440, Doug Luther, Bayside Jr., 59.6 
sec; 880, Kin Simmons, Plata Jr., 2:22.0 sec; 220, 
Mcky l^Uer, Plaza Jr., ^.4 sec.; 880 Relay, Gary 
Foreman, Bayside Jr., 1:44.5 sec. Alfred McClenny, 
Greg Weaver, Antoinne Overton. 

Schools: 1st, Plaza Jr.; 2nd, Bayside Jr.; 3rd, Kemps- 
ville Jr. 

Independence strong 

Ninth Grade (Girls) High Jump, Kyle Walsh, Indepen- 
dence Jr., 4'10''; Long Jump, Lisa Weber, Indep«idence 
Jr., IS'H"; Low Hurdles, Dopna Stier, Independence Jr., 
13.0 sec; 50, Adrlanne Rocbelle, Bayside Jr., 6.3 sec; 
440, Adrlanne Rochelle, Bayside Jr., 1:04.5 sec; 220, 
Janet Salmon, Lynnhaven Jr., 30.4 sec; 100, Chistina 
^ips. Princess Anne Jr., 12.1 sec; 440 Relay, Adrianne 
Rochelle, Bayside Jr., 55.0 sec Patty Chambers, Caro- 
lyn Longstreet, Ethyl Robinson. 

Schools: 1st, Independence Jr.; 2nd, Bayside Jr.; 
Srd, Kempsville Jr. 

Nineth Grade (Boys) LoOg Jump, Harry Bullock, 
KonpsviUe Jr., 20'7-l/2"; Higli Jump, Chris Brownley, 
Lynnhaven Jr., 5*4"; Shot Put, Randy Creed, Indepen- 
dence Jr., 46'S-l/2''; Low Hurdles, LeeLldsney, Bayside 
Jr., 15.3 sec; 100, Harry Bullock, Kempsville Jr., 
10.2 sec; Mile, Mark Jones, Lynnhaven Jr., 5:13.9 sec; 
440, Denis Mosley, KemixsVille Jr., 55.8 iec; 880, 
Itauqr CirtlU, KempsviUe Jr., 2:10.4 sec ; 220, Harry 
Bullock, Kempsville Jr.; 23.4 sec; 880 Relay, Harry 
Bullock, Kempsville Jr., 1:39.0 sec; Kenny CirlUi, 
Denis Mosley, Joe Delaney. 

Schools: 1st, Kempsville Jr.; 2nd, Lynnhaven Jr.; 



3rd, Baiyside Jr. 

, T^th Grade (Girls) High Jump, ^ut^eRohde, Kemps- 
ville, 4'6"; Long Jump, Yolanda Dreuitt, Princess Anne, 
14*5"; Low Hurdles, MeUnie Washeysion, KempsviUe, 
13:0 sec; 50, LaVlda SaaderVn, Kempsville. 6,5, sec.; 
440, Martha Dobson, Kempsville, 1:11.0 sec; 220, Kim 
Derrick, Coz, 29.2 MC; 100, Janet Wernimont, Kemps- 
ville, 12.5 sec; 440 Relay, Laura Morris, Coi, 57.2 sec; 

Tina VirgUi, Kim Derrick,- Uun Mooney. 

Schools: 1st, Keifipsvllle; 2nd. Coz; 3rd, Princess 
Anne. 

Tenth Grade (Boys) Long Jump, Robin Sawyer, Kellam, 
17' 10"; High Jump, Ron Ferebee, Kellam, 5'0"; Shot 
Pot, Mihre Gargiulo, Bayside, 39' 3-3/4"; Low Hurdles, 
Ross Walizer, Kellam, 15.2 Sec; 100, Erie Coble. Kel- 
ladi, 10.5 sec; Mile, Edward Southern, First Colonial, 
5:118.7 sec; 440, Arthur Mape«, Kellam, 55.4 sec; 
220, Ross Walizer, Kellam, 23.8 sec; 880 Relay, Henry 
Jackson, Buddy GiUlUns, Ross Walizer, R^n Sawyer, 
Kdlam, 2:16.8 sec. 

Schools: 1st, Kellam; 2nd, Bayslde; 3rd, First Colonial. 



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odMva. Thcx Bead to ksow dial yoa carf) too. 



Tidewater Auto Parts 

5508 Va. B«u!k^BIi«L 

Jolm L. Vanar k Eoplojraea 497-4861 

Rosewood Hiemorial Parte 

631WttcliDiidElUL 

C.C.Kirl^iatridc ft Staff «7-sn5 

H a M Contractkio Ca 

815 industrial An. 

Ilonte. P. HoveU ft &i«i(qw8i 545-3191 

John M. WiIgM Realty, Inc. 

1964^Ladc&lRd. 

Jobs If. Wrt^ ft AMOdatM «5-8702 

Kellam-iatQn iMarance Ca 

SUPadJIcAve. 42S^9161 

BaHey Parker Construction 

22« Great Rack Sd. 

BaUy Parlnr ft Employees 481-7051 



Kettam A Eaton, inc. BIdg. Supplies 

iPrlacess Am Station 

Frank ft Darid KeOan *&-W» 

Home Federal Savings i Loan ASsodstion 

1635 LasUn Rd. 

Ckareb AcGomts Welcome 42M)327 

Simiele Funeral Home 

'3795 BoMMjf M B<rtiN«n laiieiMaiie*M ft fum^mnA 
Vic Semiele ft Joe Hedfvetb 340-1717 

CompHnMnts off Eariy DistrHNiting Ca 
Haynee Furniture Company 

5SM Ya. Beedi Bbd. Ta. Beadi 
Farattnre-BedittaK-QuiMtiai ft Assesawtos 

Hi|^^ RMtty, Ine. 

6«»f[tta>n*erU. 

C«^ H. HarrlsoB ft Assodates 420-3120 

Waffen- Si eb ert -Page tag. 

Jack Siebert ft staff 

Larasan Realty Coqi. 

milte.Be«*nvd. 
UwreaceA.SuciUoftAModate 340-8030 



Flowers 

SertieitHarr«a,Flortst v ' 

CompHreents off Ingram Pharmacy 

207-S9lkSt. 428-6363 

Price's Incorporated 

4580Senliral»lfall 

Brand JtamaApftllances-TV-Stercb 622-3706 

MM-EndCmpstttMi) 

4746ya.Bs«diBtfd. 

Tayln- B. Out ft Eiqdoyees 497-4854 

CharNe's Seaffood RestauNmt 

SmawreOr. ~ 

Mary E. B^lieU ft Employees «1-M63 

$toh[§MttyCorp. 

4920Vt:Beaeknid. 

Jamas R. StdU ft Associates M7-4K1 

SffllthAKeene 

5734Si>UefirDrlTe 

E. GlUwrt Kaeos ft Assodtf es 4»)-1231t 

Furniture Showrooms 

828E.LttUeCredERd. 2981 8. UiUtary Ory. 
Sand^ BoUa ft Eoq^ea 



WIMs Fwiriturs at HMtop 

L.fi. Bkmi JiStf 



Beach Ford 

2717 Va. hmk Blvd. 

Jim lliMrrisalte ft Smployaea 

Contraetore Pmrtng Co, Inc. 

.3779 Boaaqr Id. 

KempevMeMMneey 

5lt8Prinfaii<iwegd. 

Compliments off Pet Ice Ci^ 



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486-2717 



340t1U1 



497-3516 



Beach hosts young 
Baptist women meet 



Kaleidoscope '76, tb« 
first natiOMl meeUog tor 
Baptist YooBK Women will 
to held la Virginia Baaeli 
Friday tkrougb Sunday, and 
will merga with Woman's 
lUsaianary Union's Annual 
Meeting in Norfolk. 

More than 825 BapUst 
Young Women, ages 18 to 29 
have reglsterad for the se- 
nioos vUch will begin 
Friday evening at the Vlr- 
^nla Beach Conveotloo 
Ceatw. 

I^ans te Kal^doseopa 
'76 imelNMd out pro- 
bable ittwiaBftt flf SOD. 
Tlie nisMit In ra^rtats 
along wm aeSoodienBa^ 



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LbiUnm Park School 

14M LaAin Rd. 

4Ur4471 

Leonard Gamtett 
Pailor 



auday Sdmol Ul:00 a.m. 
Sunday Evening Service 
' 7:00 PA. 




TKWATBI 

CENTRAI. 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZERENE 

Rev. David Holsteln, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph.4»7'870S 

Shnday School Br. - 9:45 

A.M. 

Bmir of tnuipblO:50«.m. ' 

Amler,«cNtt,tAaiB 

Felbi»H^.-OOPJI; 

Horn- of &ii4ilratlon-7:00 

AJI. 

P.M. 

Wednesday Mid-week 

Up-llfi 7:80 P.M. 



tist Convention, bas filled 
to capacity almost all hous- 
ing accomodations In Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

WMU is sponsoring Kil- 
eidoaoope to appeal to col- 
lage Btvdeots, youg Inme- 
makers, young career wo- 
men, and those who com- 
bine these roles, according 
to Jane Ulz, national BYW 
consultant, WMU otHce, 
Blnnlngham. 

Ma«M>rs >re designed 
welaalvaly for yooag 
i^ua, «ieept for the Sat- . 
■rttay aft«Baon ttsh tn 
and evMdngilMik 

fti;^ir8' irtves , «p to 
lg« 89, may^ndlUel-i 
doao^e u part; of th^ 
travais to the BonUMnaBa- 
pIMCMMBttaa, Hissi«- 
^sted. 

Sasskoa vttlbegtnvtth 
a theme Intei^vUtteB d»- 
slgMd by Jg^ Abercnmi- 
bia, Irving, Ton, and Ja- 
Bls Palla, BaUis, both 
B^tiatrongWoaaii and 
mamben .of Oitt fmmfi* 
Baptist Chur<^. 

Eadi seasloB tf KaMd- 
Mcive '76 irill contain a 
HMlor tddress <»■ paMl 
^re«Mt«tiai iBUaned pj 
small dltfusstw gmgw 
led by trained liters. 
Futli^iaaU niilreqMnd 
Witt ideas on ho« young 
women can eipress mis- 
idons«iaeertu 

CtN^e Oavia, asslatmtf 
professor of soda! -foik 
odaeatloa Id Southen Ba^ 



tlst Theological. Senlnwy, 
wiu speak Fiidky evetfag 
on "The Inward Tvfu." 

Saturday moniiag's ffnt 
major preseotatlimlsatrt- 
kgue OB "Views That Are 
Unlgue" betwaea Carolyn 
Weathoilord, eiecotive di- 
rector, Woman's Ml«sioa- 
ary ynioD> Beverly tiua- 
mack, assistant director 
of Cbriftlan Social MlnU- 
trios Degaitmaot , Hone 
Misslea Board; and Vlckoy 
BraslogtOB, former miS' 
oloBary to &Hth Amactca. . 

The pahfri dliwintflon^ 
*<Ad(Uf t^ and l^OM" 
v^lBiknrtfitrilQpieand 
wUl teatare Ann DaiM, 
hwaa wtoslnnaiy in Now 
CMAma, ami JtdkandPhy- 
Uia Horrttt, 
lipnartaa. 
Hoar Mnteo. 

"Ftt»IeofFraed(Hn,"a 
iBMlftl' iat«rprettiioa of 
AoMrteai ^asliinaiR^ttw 
Md dlnetod 19 BdSon- 
bomft, Borne Ws^m 
Board mtt, wiUbopu^ 
formed Bttaedayi^nKMM. 

KlMiAitootthoFw- 
tip U^ioB Boud ad 
WoaddrBohi* of ttoftaao 
lUortaiaooid imvnmt 
a tpi^Mbm of miaikai 
sarviea (wwrtwrttles en- 
Wled '"TtetMwardTam" 
Bi tte Saoday BKffidng seo- 



Tto ct#v iiMress. "I 
Dta» Ciinngo In- Mir 
p*n" wlU feeddivorodbf 
Mrs. A. RaiTiaonC^agotT. 




by Emmanuel 



mm 

Church of Vlri^ma Binch 
will to coadutiag evangel- 
istic service* Jon^ i^-37 



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tf 7:30 o«ft o«aoing. 

Bor. Lgnranea D. Bof- 
hUHi of ■qplpn, Irt. will 
to ttt, pert amnpelU. 




<tf Bob Jones rOoliiaiaity 
aad^taMO llologteal So- 

Eauuimel w njt^^ ^ 
OMRft i»^>etM on Bax- 
ter JUMdoneblodclioMtlM 
of 
%and 
BM., .^ wroM fHMttthO 

Putax Ihldo Grani- 
stMB oitoBds a.eordinl In- 
vtttfite to ov«7ooo,ti6 rt- 
tM^ ^Itore will be a 
nnrs«ry prorided tor all 
sorHees. 



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tocondnetingBonAMblo 
TlBW Ane 21-25, I to • 
p.m. dally. 

BoaehBibio Tlmoisn 
summer time program for 
yonth. Emphasis isonmor- 
aU^, diwBctw, patrto- 
tlAnaadaottUo; 

lOds «Ntto from aU 
f^hs - jro«Wi,'CMnlle. 
Protestant, B^iUst ^. So 
one is«etaided.Btt^Tlao 
walcomea everyooe. Klda 
are Amarleas greateat 
heritage. Bltde Time an- 
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the presont and tto fBtaro. 

Free tran^ort^ian in 
provUed to and tim flw 
enpHlo. i49flne dmrtriiv 
tnumpntetkm tot VHtt 
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Rev.Bt^ 
to speak « 

^v. Bob IMteook, head ^ 
of BaptlsU tor Life la By- ^ 
lettsvlUo, Tans, mil 
vaak to tto TMantar 
Chapter of tto Vtigialaaor 
ciety for Human Ule 
tonight at 7:30 ^ Kaap^ 
^rtlto BniU« Ckffch. aM 
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BEACH NOTES 




<¥, 



Cz^rnlk 
gets award 

WAaTCZAUaK 
WtUj Cnnlk, dvw 

, trMidPK owrdlutor tor 
lldtoMld's of Tktonter 

.lad fomwnteiagerofMe- 
DoMkl'fOf mtS-LyoB- 
hKNB Boad. Vlrgiila 
BmcA, his nctivad aspe- 

. dal scmliiar award ingra- 
doatioii ceranonies "at 
Hanbnigar Ualvartttjr, 
McDoMld'a nuoaf* - 
rnaot tnialni canter to Elk 

Gtora Yillafe, m. Cumik 
raddea at 405 Mqflemod 
Coart, Virginia Baaeh. 



Goarck 
accepted 

3o»ntt William Goarcli 
Jr., aon of llr. and lira. 
Joaepb W. Goarck, Sr., at 
Vitginia Baa^, baa bean 
McqiUid tor m 1976 ftU 
tarqi at North Carolina 
Vealejran Collaga in Rocky 
Moot. Goarck la a senior 
at Kellam lli|» School 
where be la active iaROTC 
Athtetica and la a mmber 
Jto- 



Info office 
opens here 

The Chamber <rf Com- 
merce baa OfMiwd an ad- 
ditional Inlormatlon center 
at 712-2l8t SI. 

It will be open through 
Labor Day veeknd, the 
hcmra are Monday tbro^h 
Saturday 9 a.m. to S p.m. 
SUMlay, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

The original center at 
SOth Street and Pacific 
Avenue will continue to 
handle Inquiriea from hun- 
dreda of viaitora who con- 
tact it each day. 

tt'a open daily from 9 
a.m. to S. p.m.; Sunday, 1 
p.mi to 5 p.m. Through 
L^orDay.ttwUlgivfeaer- 
vice to the public on lion- 
day ttnugh Satwntay, from 
9 a.n. to I p.O;; Sunday, 
1 p.m..to 5 p.m. 

For tttrther Information, 
call 42S-7511. 

Initiated 



Mary EUen Barrett, a 
Loogwood College fresh- 
man torn Virginia Beach, 
waa rtceatly inttiated In- 
to Al|iha Lambda Delta, 
natioaal scholastic honor 
aodety for freahman wo- 



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Beach duo 
Win entry 

TkaaimaoftwoVirgiaia 
Beach ooiqileareMlvadth- 
rtr naval conmiaaiona 
dariag commlsainBlag ce- 
raaontea at theUnlversity 
of LooisvUle meaatly. 

Charles Clittoo Bloom, 
aoo of Jardlna and Mariko 
Bloom of S34S Adillles 
Mve, andRobert J. Bunp, 
aoa of CFQ and Mra. Ro- 
bert J. B»pot44S2Paal 
loM* Lane, wart commia- 
aioMd as ensigns in the 
U.S. navy. 

Both wiU attend Sqiply 
ftted tn Athens, Ga. 

Heather 
degreed 

Heather ^wncer, daugh- 
ter of CDR and Mrs. Lane 
L. Bpeneer, 1491 Five 
Forfca Road, Virginia 
Bantii, waa awarded an As- 
aodate in Arts degree at 
gndaatloo enrciaea re- 
cently at Sinum'a Rock 
Eariy College. 

Heather is one of 23 
gndi^w who received 
A.A. degreea from the na- 
tion'a firat Early Ctdlege. 




Daughter of Mr. and Mra. 
William G. Barrett, Mary 
is a 191S gradute of Prin- 
eeaa Anne High School. She 
la working toward the ba- 
chtfw 9t adance degree 
at Loogwood. 




Perfect 
record 

LOI SMITH 

Leonard E. Smith, 
» Shop 67 apprentice 
electronics mechan- 
ic, and honor roll 
student, has a per- 
fect record for his 
work during the last 
quarter under the- 
Tldewater Commun- 
ity College program 
in the shipyard. He 
was one of two ap- 
prentices with an 
"A" or 4.0 grade, 
and was among 23 
^)prentices whoear- 
ned honor roll sta- 
tus by achieving gra- 
des of 3.2 or above, 



DIPaloa 
In club 

JOE DIPiUX>A 

Joseph F. DiPaloa, a 
Beach resident ami a sales 
engineer for The Trane 
Company sales office in 
Tidewater has been named 
a memberof the 1975 Trane 
Top Ten Club. 

Trane is a leading manu- 
facturer of air condition- 
ing, heating, ventilating and 
heat transfer equipment for 
commercial, industrial, 
and special process ap- 
plications. 

This annual recognition 
is limtted to the top 10 
percent of Trane's sales 
fbrce with over 600 grad- 
uate engineers. Achieve- 
ment is based on sales 
performance and customer 
service durii% the pre- 
ceeding year. This is the 
first year DiPaola has 
achieved membership. 

DiPaola, his wife and 
daughter reside in Virginia 

Cooper 
,wlnsp3P%l 

.« JJ«ml**Wi.afiooperp.**l 
Virginia Beach, has been 
awat|ied a Chief of Naval 
Operations Certificate of 
Merit for performance in 
Uie Navy's sea power pro- 
gram. 

It is the forth merit 
certificate be has received 
since afflUating with Ute 
HARU/CNO Sea Power 
Presentation Team in 1973. 

Coc^r, a Captain in the 
U. S. Naval Reserve, is a 
drilling reservist attached 
to Ready Reserve Unit 
5206. He is also the co- 
ordinator for the Navl Air 
Reserve Unit (NAHU) Nor- 
folk Sea Cadets. 

2 students 
cop honors 

Two students from Vir- 
ginia Beach received intra- 
mural awards recently at 
College of The Albemarle 
at EUzabeth City, N.C. 

Warren Stewart, sm of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. 
Stewart of 4725 DeerHeld 
Lane, received the most 
valuable player award in 
men's volleyball. 

Mark O'Hara, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J(*n T. O'Hara 
of 5000 Locke Lane, was 
rec^ent of the third place 
award in men's tennis 
doubles. 



Scores 
second 

LOIDAWOOLARD 

Linda Woolard a Sento-1 
at KempsviUe High School- 
recently received a secouc 
place award in competition 
at the National Career Dt- 
veli^ing Conference tti'^ 
Chicago. 

The contest was a mer- 
chandising event that test^ 
skiUs in speed, accuracy, 
and ability in taking in- 
ventory. 

To cpialifty as a contest 
tant at the Nati(»al L«v^. 
Lbida won second placed 
the management single se- 
I ries evwt at the State L*- 
vel along with winning first 
place in the overall aertEti: 
event. ^ 

This designated her as 
the best all round FasUon 
student in the State of Vir- 
ginia. 

Linda is enrolled in fas- 
hion merchandising ^t 
KempsWlle. This is a id- 
lot program in Virginia 
Beach City Sdiools this 
year and is only offered 
at Cox and Kemps villeHi^ 
Schools. 1 , 

After graduation Linda 
plans to continue her ca- 
reer at Susie's Casuals at 
MUiUry Circle Shondng 
Mall. 

She presently holds the 
position of assistant ma- 
nager and hopes to even- 
ually manage her own 
store. 




Virginia Beach Sun, June 16, 1976-8,-3 

|aycees pus| 
meal tickets^ 

For $8 yon can boy a meal ticket that will 'give yoo^ 
savii«s at Tidewater's best Restaurants and help th^ 
Churchland Jaycees help the mentally retarded. > 

Fourteen restaurants will donate to the project, acj; 
cording to chairman Paul Massengill. "We are ver}- 
grateful for their participation," Massengill said. > 

The resUurants are Joy Garden, Clayton's ResUu^ 
rant. Blue Hawaiian, Twer's Restaurant, Chick Fillet;- 
AllM's ResUurant, Marios' Fred's Diner, Billys Bar^ 
beque, Brentwood ResUurant and Goods Steak Sub, aO; 
of Portsmouth. '' 

ResUurants in Virginia Beach include That Steal; 
PUce and That Seafbod PUce. '^, 

There will be fourteen tickets, one for each re^ 
taurant. Seven will provide for sizable discounts o|k 
meals. The other haH will enable the holder to buy tii*j 
meals for the price of one. < 

CdnUct Paul Massengill, 488-1264, or Tom Dunfort; 
488-6686. > 



Top boss 



The Tidewater 
Chapter of the Amer- 
ican Business Wo- 
men's Association 
recently presented 
the 1976 Boss of the 
Year award to J. L. 
Weller Jr., president 
of Mutual Federal 
Savings and Loan. He 



was selected from 
six rwminees repre- 
senting both the Vir- 
ginia Beach and Nor- 
folk / areas. The 

award was presented 
by James A. Col ley, 
last year's Boss of 
the Year. 



Southern Fabric 

ED* WimnE WERTZ (U.S.N. RET) 



I8t QUALITY DOUBLE KNIT 




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I Phone 464-2195 



MON.-SAT. 9:30-5:^ 




Beach seniors 
to be honored 

Six outstandiiv high school seniors will be honored 
by the VirglnU Beach Repoblican Women's Club at a 
luncheon today at the Thunderbird Motel. 

The yoav peo|de, one from each of the city's high 
schools, are wiimers of the club's thrid Aminal Out- 
standing Leadership Awards . They were recommended 
by their gov^mnent teachers and selected by a Uculty 
committee at their sdnoU. 

They are VeroncU A. Carroll, Princeas Anne; Erica 
Lee Eyer, Kempsvllle;^ Josqih H. (Mlop, Bayside; 
ilrirtr" •'-''-^irBiliiiillirri'^-"'^ g~.u.»t« i>^. 
Fir^^kmlal; aH^pMe Scball, Cox. . 

Saeii has received a HWings Bond and will be given 
a eertlflcate at the lunclieon. Later this montt they 
wiU be guests of Congressman G. William Whltetanrst 
fbr a qiecial tour of the Natloe's Ci^itial. 

LCdr. Michael Christian, a fbrmer POW, will speak 
on "Americanism." Lt. J. G. Kerry Long wlU talk on 
the role of the youi« persrni in the RqnbUcan Party. 



Open 

Man. - Sat 



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Economicif 



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Concert set 
Thursday 

He VirglnU Beach Puldic Library and Young Au- 
a^aem, be. wiU ^«swt as oitfdoor concert for young 
pMile sad ptrerts of aU ^» TkurMlay ^ 4 p.m. 
bahtad the ftempsviUe bvadi L&rary, 8)2 Kempsvilte 
Road. 

The Viifbda Ba^ Daam OmmMo wiU beOM fea- 
tn^ tttisU. Th^ pr^raa U arrtfo|Md lo Mro- 
dM* yewg people to danee U tts dmny iM'ms. During 
the ^tjgram tte young pe<^ wlUbetfdeto view «)deni 
Jasi, «ansrteal baW Md iwen s^pwe (toeing. 

ne mtmkbt will perUam on tt« Depaitmot ot 
Parks and Reerecttan StowmoUle. He awHence can 
ri^ M on tte grus (NT Mag Uwa dKlrs. 

k m event of rata, tte conewt wIB be onceUed 
and rcsaeduled in ttc UU. 

There U no ^ar^ tor Ms concert and because it 
U oubtoorsttereUnoUBltonthaslseoftlMaatienee. 






irginia Beach^ 

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B-4-Virginia Beach Sun, June 16, 1976 



LookJn' back with Bay side 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
Sun Sports Editor 

The first inning of the first game of the Eastern 
District Tournament against First Colonial was a long 
one for Coach Terry Morton and his Bayside baseball 
team. 

It was a must win situation for both the Marlins and 
the Patriots, and both teams were sky-high before the 
game. First Colonial had won both earlier confronta- 
tions between the two teams, and felt they cuuld do 
it again. 

Bayside felt there was . no way they would lose to 
them three straight times, especially with Mike Rhodes 
on the mound. 

But the Patiots struck with the suddeness and the 
savagery of a Mongol horde, scoring four runs in the 
top of the first, pounding Rhodes like he had never been 
pounded before. 

The Marlins returned to their dugout in their half 



of the inning as il shellshocked. Morton said recently, 
"I knew First Colonial couldn't keep it up, but I knew 
it would be tough to catch up. I kept telling the boys 
not to {»nic and worry about getting all the runs l»ck 
at once." 

Well, the Marlins stuck to his advice. Sort of. They 
pecked away little by little until they erupted for eight 
runs in the fifth inning. 

"That Is when we became a good baseball team," 
said Morton, "and I felt we could do it. The next day 
we came from behind to beat KempsvlUe, and I knew 
we had jelled." .' 

Bayside, of course, went on to win the State cbamp- 
ionsliip, after "struggling" through the regttlar season, 
as Morton put it. 

"I thought we would have a good team this year," 
said Morton, but I had no idea we would win the state 
championship. But since the Eastern District got to 
send ite teams to the regionals this year, I felt we 
had a chance to go that fkr. My first gtnl was to 



finish in the top four and qualify for the district tnurna- to hit a homer." 



ment." 

At the end of the season, the Marlins bad qualified 
for the tournament, but Morton thought 'hat they should 
have had a shot at winning the regnl i season title, 
thus automatically qualifying them for the regionals. 
Tied for the league lead with KempsvlUe, with one 
game remaining for both teams, KempsvlUe won, but 
Bayside played Cox to a 2-2 tie In a nln-abbreviated 
game that left them half a game back in the standings, 
and Morton upset. 

"1 never heard "♦ " rame ending in a tie " said Mor- 
ton, who thought there should have t>een a play-off. 
So the Marlins ended the regu'tui season with a 7-2-1 
record, iwtting them in tini. ou or-die situation ^th 
First Colonial ) 

After the district tournament though, was the regional 
and the first team Bayside had to face was power- 
laden Mencbville. "I was scared to death," said catcher 
Doimy Jones. "I tbpught every one of them was going 



Nevertheless, Bayside beat them before whipping Deep 
Creek for the regional championship. 

The next leg on the road to the state title was the 
game with J. R. Tucker, which the Marlins won 4-3 
in 12 Innings. Rhodes struck out 18 tmtters and picked 
up the save, while Jones notch^ the victory. 

"It wasn't until the state semi-final game that I 
even thought about winning it all," said Rhodes. 

And win it all they did, beatii« Mt. Vernon with a 
combined no-hit effort by Jones and Rhodes, 3-0. 

The game winning bit came off ttie bat of Jones, wto 
batted .454 in. the playoffs. PltcUq; for Mt. Vemoa 
was Bob Rock, who was drafted in the eighth round fA 
the pro draft last week. 

"There is nothing like it," said Jones of the final 
victory. 

"It's the biggest thrill of my life," said Rhodes. 

Terry Morton, proud of Us boys said, "Tb<7 just 
never quit. They are that tyjw of kids. DetermliMd." 




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Southern 

Conference meets 

in Virginia Beach 



Virginia Beach was 
chosen as the site of this 
year's Anntul Meeting of 
the Southern Conference A- 
thletlc Directors. 

The directors met for 
three days at the Holiday 
Inn on 39th street. They 
had their meetings in the 
momeing, and used the af- 
ternoons tor enjoying the 
area's golf courses, and of 
course, the beach. 

Among the issues de- 



cided on was the assign- 
ment of the 1971 SouOtera 
Conference BaskeOnll 
Tournament to be played 
at the Roanoke Civic Cen- 
ter, in Roanoke, Va. 

New officers were elec- 
ted also. The president os 
now Ed Teague of the Ci- 
tadel, the new vice-presi- 
dent is Jim Jones of Ap- 
palachian Stae, and the new 
secretary is Joe McMullen 
of Marshall. 




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"Help" is the silent plea of ttie 
problem drinker. But help is 
also an answer. At the Alcohol- 
ism Rehabilitation Center of 
Tidewater, help is offered 
through treatment in a total 
therapeutic environment. 
Medical and psychological 
specialists work together to 
conduct comprehensive 
individualized programs. After 
detoxification, ^ days are 
devoted to helping Individuals 
reshape habits and regain 
lost seH-conf idencB. 

For your own help, or 
help for someone yoo kno^, 
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Asst. Com. Dallas Shirley poses with new 
members to the SC, Harold Wilkes of 
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Sextagenarian 
golf tourney 



Carolina, Joe McMullen of Marshall, and 
^ Commissioner Ken Germann. 



The Second Annual Sen- 
iors' Golf Toumameat was 
held recently at Bow Creek 
Municipal Golf Course. 
Forty TUewater area 
rMidaits over the age of 
60 ptrtlclpated. 
f 

Winners in the various 

catepries were: 

Women's Division: Mar- 
garet Hedly, Low Gross 
Scorer (107); Claire Brlnk- 



.ley, Best Handicap (74). 

Men's Division: Jesse 
Farley, Low Gross Scorer 
(76); Otto Hacker, Best 
Handicap (71). 

Team "Best BaU" 
Champions: E.T.Scoggins, 
George W. Jones, F. V. 
Ogle and Dan W. White (70). 

The tournament is spoo- 
sored by the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation. 



Last chance 
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to 2 will be the last time 
boys can sl|p qp for foot- 
WI#«M Pita RecrMtiOB 
LMfne. 

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old, can sign iQ> for flag 
or tackle football by goiq; 
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and r^fisteiiog. 

For further Information 
call Larry Riggs at 340- 
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The Latin Olympics were held recwtly 
at Bayside Hi^ Sdiool, with Latin stu- 
ctents from several area sdioois compet- 
ing in various eyMfiU similar to ttiose 
ttie ancient Grades used to do. Pictured 
here is Greg Weaver of Bayside Jr. 
High, engaged in a strenuous battle of 
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Beach kids exqel in city meet 



Tke Virginia Beach City 

PttbUc SclM»ls held its lltta 

tiimial elty wide physical 

, ntOMi meet at F. W. Cox 

High Sdiool. 

And it looks aa if the 
Beach is destined to maln- 
' tail as atUetlc and eon- 
pattUn ti^^nee hard to 
Had tUtiriMrt. Why, Just 
look at Malilw Elafflmtary 
School. 

Hm Ifallba Elemeotary 
School recently m» the P. 



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E, Meet, for ttte tint time 
in tlMidnol'aUstonr.top- 
pii« 46 other Bea<^ 
seho(^. 

Tke meet, wUch takes 
place every Spring, invd- 
ves much time and work 
after sehopl. A ttne week 
Uraittlng period ol eiercise 
and nwlat paid off for 
IS of the 52 MaUbu cm- 
testanta. They received 
ribbons rangtug from first 
place to, fifth idMt to Uie 



various events. 

The evMts included the 
SO jnrd daA, 600, puU 
^M, Ripe ttlp, shuttle, 
Jump and reach, and the 
broad Jump. 

•nmn were 1,7»1 parti- 
dpaMs represeating 41 
rtenantary sdiools. 
He winners were: 

SO Yard Dash (Girls): 
4a Grade: DebraS.Wa^- 
ingtm, Ljwdiaven, 6.6; 9th 



grade: Joyce Walton, {few- 
town, 6.4 (new record); 6th 
Grade: Annette Cuffee, 
Seatack, 6.1 (new record); 
1th Grade: Pam Jones, tt. 
F. WlUUms, 6.1. 

Shuttle E(an (GirU): 4tb 
Grade: Vidoria Homrd, 
Point O'View 9.4; 5th Gra- 
de: irolUeGregdfy,Hernil> 
tage 9.2; 6th Grade: Cyn- 
thia Caaoo, B. F. Williams 
1.9; Ttb Grade: Oawn M. 







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pilbert, Fairfield 8.6. 

600 Yard Run (Girls): 
4th Grade: Jennifer Iftku- 
Ika, Pembroke Meadows, 
1.59.9; SUi Grade: Cindy 
FaU, Kii«ston, 1:49.6; 6th 
Grade: Laura Kane, Court 
House, 1.51.0; Ttb Grade: 
Anna Matthews, Point 0' 
View, 1:47.1. 

Standing Ixmg Jump 
(Girls): 4th Grade: Annette 
Rogers, College Park, V 



2" (new record); 5tb Grade 
Valerie Brown, Alanton, 7' 
1-1/4"; 6th Grade: Donna 
P. Sipin, Windsor Woods, 
7*4-1/2 (ties record); 7tb 
Grade: Selena Forney, B. 
F. Williams^ 7'7-3/4". 

Jump ii Reach: 4th Gra- 
de: Andrea N. Johnson, Ma- 
ibu, 20"; 5th Grade: Mary 
Smith, Liiddiorn Parte, 17- 
8/4"; Lisa Cooper, King's 
Grart, 17-3/4"; 




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6th Grade: Maria Griffith, 
Thorougi«ood, 21"; 7th 
Grade: Lynn Pratts, Thor- 
oivlyood, 22-1/2": 
oughgpod, 22-1/2"; (tie) 
Carrie L. Charles, Thalia 
22-1/2". 

Rope Scip (Girts) 4tb 
Grade: Tracy Swoope, 
Tborouf^igood, 198; 5th 
Grade: Valorie L. Cason, 

Newtown, 196; 6th Grade: 
Cara L. Hardin, Kemps 
Landing, 2^); 7tb Grade: 
Tracy Hammond, Kemps 
Landing, 25S (new record) 

50 Yard Dash (Boys): 
4th Grade: Trent W. Fra- 
Eier, Fairfield, 6.6; 5th 
Grade: Marie L. Hicks, Old 
Donation, 6.1 (new record); 
6th Grade: Anthony M. Old 
Trantwood, 6.2; 7th Grade: 
Ira Murphy, B. F. William 
6.0 (ties record). 

aiuttte Run (Boys): 4th 
Grade: Timothy R. Owens, 
Newtown, 9.2; 5th Grade: 
Dondra Nichols, Newtown, 
8.5 (new record); 6th Gra- 
de: Stanley Armstrong, 
North Landing, 8.6 (ties 
record); 7th Grade: Ted 
Collier, Thoroughgood,8.7 

600 Yard Run (Boys): 
4th Grade: Kenny Knesel, 
Kempsvllle, 1:51.6; 5th 
Grade: Charles W. Grant, 
Newtown, 1:40.1; 6th Gra- 
de: Dai^d W. Haskin, Ma- 
Ubu, 1:39.0; Ttb Grade: 
Kelly Whiteburst, B. F. 
WUliams, 1:31.1. 

Standing Long Jump 
(Boys): 4th Grade: Loren- 



zo Jones, Alanton, 7'3" 
(new record); 5tb Grade: 
Earnest Jones, Brookwood, 
TlD-1/4" (new record); 6 
Grade: "flm Nelson, Bay- 
side, TU"; 7thGrade:Ro- 
ger Gibson, Kemps Land- 
ing, 8'2». 

Jump t Reach (Boys): 
4th Grade: Timmy Diggs; 
Lynnhaven, 18"; 5th Grade 
Robbie Matthews, Brook - 
wood, 19-3/4"; 6th Grade 
Darryl Sills, King's Grant 
22"; (tie) Darryl Brown, 
Alanton, 22"; Keith House, 
Linkborn Park, 22"; 7th 
Grade: Ronnie W. Kight, 
Fairfield, 24". 

Rope Skip (Boys): 4th 
Grade: David L. Parker, 
Cooke , 188; 5th Grade: 
James D. McGaha, Malibu 
215; 6th Grade: Steve Hai- 
ner, Kemps Landing, 225; 
7th Grade: Mark Justis, 
Tborougbgood, 230 (ties 
record). 

Pull up (Boys): 4th Gra- 
de: Edward Howell, Ke- 
mpsvllle Meadows, 41 (new 
record); 5th Grade: Ben 
Ckrney, Newtown, 40 (new 
record); 6tb Grade: Micb- 
ael McMillian, Kemps . 
Landing, 42 (new record); 
7th Grade: John McCabe, 
Kemps Landing, 43 (new 
record). 

Grade Level Champions: 
4th Grade: Cooke. Malibu. 
(tie) Newtown. Lynnhaven. 
5th Grade: Newtown. 6th 
Grade: Kemps Landing. 7th 
Grade: B.F.Williams. City 
Wide: Malibu. 



Sefted L to R: Ian Morley, Andrea 
Johnson, Ana Nahra. Beth Hirschy, Tom 
Womadc, Barbara Barnes, Percy Jones. 
Suswi Wilde. Lore Mattttews, Shawn 
Grant, Dean Henline, Jc^Meekins, Rob- 
ert Butt - Mh graders. Kneeling L to 
R: Catherine Reynolds. Paula Ellison. 
Denice McCabe, Darris Long, Tinwnie 
Yeates, Bobby Clark, Janice Johnson. 



City champs 

Katherine McHugh, Jinnmy McGaha, 
David Fields, Andy Gepp, Delina Jones. 
Joey Gelardi - Sth graders. Seated L to 
R: Sharon Spencer. Mark Ridibins. Anne 
Crovatt. Dayniond Long, Janice Tarves, 
Doug Ward, Michelle Cust, Steve Borrfiam 
David Haskin. Debbie Traynor, Andrea 
Dean, Jimmy Harper, John McHugh 
Standing L to R: John Gandy, Jay Flem- 



By ROSE ADELL VOSLER 
Son Contributor 

Once agtin the call to "play bnll" can be heard 
around the community softball fields. This ywr Mr. 
Junie Holloman begins his fourth year as eoadi for the 
Arafona/Ptmbroke Sluggere, ably assisted by Mr. 
Edward VMler. 

Mr. Holtoman, well known in the CcHnmontty Recrea- 
tion Daptrtfflort a> an official in safUmll, busbaU 
and bnritettitll, as weU as Ugh school sports, is w«U 
Qkn^ of by Us "Slnggers". New faces are seen each 
year, but Uw nucleus at the team has remained the 
same. 

"Sli^iers" Is an qipropriate name lor these young 
ladles, as tte team betttng average is .520 with a team 
nm per game average of IS. Two straigM kwses at 
the b«cinnti« of the season due to fielding errors has 



smoDthed out to five strain wins. 

The highest batting average oh tiie team is held by 
Rosemary Holloman with an impressive .830. This is 
fbUowed closely by Bernadette Mosley with .690 and 
Lovia Price with .570. 

^)eed, too, is a great help on tiie teamasKenee 
Holloman and LaVon Jones are weU known on the Bay- 
side Jr. Rl^ School track team. This abiUty la also 
evMnt ta Vosler, Price Jones and Mosley. 

Upon close otaervation, one finds a gnrap of young 
ladies with many dlveraified talents and interMt. Rnee 
Holloman, when not in left field, is a track star and one 
of the many pretty fkces with Bayside Jr. High's cheer- 
leaders. 

Lisa Vosler, when not at i^rtstop, can be heard 
lifting her vcrtce in song witii Prtncess Anne Hij^ 
Madrigals, practidiv the piano, or on the field hockey 
team. 



ing. Joanie Kelly, Eric Goddard, Ray 
Ingram, Hilary Kemer. Michelle Martin- 
son, Dana Buckman. Cheryl Sneed, Tony 
Frye, Jeff Clemens. Back Row: Mr. 
James W. Payne, Principal, Mrs. Vicki 
Ervin, Mrs. Carolyn Courtney. Mr. David 
Seymour, Coadies, Mrs. Mildred E.Wil- 
son, Director of Instruction City of Va. 
Beach Schools. 

Combination 

LaVon Soots, when not in the outfield, is doing her 
best on Bayside Jr High's track team. 

BernadeMe Mosley has been on the basketball court 
at KempsviUe High, as has Carolyn Robinsim at Prin- 
cess Anne. 

Rosemary HoUoman can move around the bases after 
a loi« hit as well as she moves in Princess Anne' 
Marching Cavalien. 

Sandi Griggs, the artist of the team, enjoys art 
and eereamics. 

Pertim» most important of all is a groiq) of ymmg 
ladles playing together as a team, out to win, but 
having fun; friends bound together often in the thrill 
of victory, sometimes is the agony of defeat. Other 
teem memhen are: Karen Tate, Janet FuUer, Debbie 
Rogers, Karen Violette, Donna Ratte', Jacqueline Smltii 
nnd Stephanie Blount. 



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The following areas wlU 
hifld registnA^ for Foot- 
haU and Girls Baakethall. 
Proof ot age mnsi be pn- 
serted and faen wlU be 
ebUedad a| thUtlme. Lea- 
gue vivr i* tentatively set 
for SqjteaAw 11, 1976. 

iAren rtgirtntioo nites 
ate as follows: 

JMtOXmA/fWMBSOm: 

VemtoPke Elemantary, 
4C22 Jericho Ibiad and An- 
goM P«BlH«kaRacrettion 
CaMer, HMsdale a. Re- 
gistnUw Jidy lOtrom 9:00 
\. M. to 1:00 PJi. 

j^^rtaJd^mMtary, 
55# Sna q u ^n na Drive 
(ceacu^ rtand) Ragia- 
tn^lott ftff dMerlanlen 
wOl also beheld. Ra^tfra- 
ttoB Me is Jtoe 10 from 
9:00 A.M. from 1:00 P.M. 

COCNCE: 

Coein Bemanlary, 524 
IStt Stra^. IN^rtn^te 
Ja^ 10 fro* IK10A.M. to 
1:00 PM. 

C»ORTK)VSE: 

iMneess Ame Ele- 
BHStary. lOM Saaboard 
•oel B«0atntkmJulylO 



from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 

UAMOMD SPRINGS: 

Bayside Elemeirtary, 
5649 Bayside Road. Regis- 
tration July 10 and nfirom 
9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 

GMAT HECK: 

Uutm Elranestary, 
1441 ftapheos Road. Re- 
gtstratlaa July 10 and 17 
fran 1:00 A.M. to 1:00 
P.M. 

QREENRUX: 

Green Run Club House, 
1241 Gnenpurden Clr - 
cle. RaglstiratkB July 10 
and 17 fivm 9:00 A.M. to 
1:00 P.M. 

KBMPSVILLE: 

KempsvUte ElemHtor 
570 KeBq^sviOe Bond. Re- 
gistration for Flag Foot- 
baU ages 6 to 9 will be 
hdd tf tte same time. 
RagisUvtiM drte U July 
10 fiom 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 
P.M. 

KI1K!'S GRART: 

Kl^'a GraatElwentary 
•II laOe HKk Bond. Al- 
ao, racMnttoa fer Fk* 
FoeOnU ^t« I to 10. Re- 



gistration dates is July 10 
and 17 from 9:00 A.M. to 
1:00 P.M. For more in- 
formation call Bud( Moss 
MO-(^f^. 

LAlOffiPUR: 

KegqmviUe Meadows, 
73ft Edwin Drive. Regis- 
tration July 10 from 9:00 
A.M. to 1.00 P.M. 

UHKHORN: 

Linttora Park Elonai- 
tary, 141S LaaUn Road. 
Raftstntioo July 10 from 
9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 

PLAZA: 

Plaia Fire Statton, 
MOi S. PUsa Trail. Re- 
gistration Jaly 10 and 17 
btNn 9:00 AJI. to 1:06 
P.M. 

THAUA: 

Mainm Elemotary, 
3632 Edinburgh Hr. Re - 
giatntton Jaly 10 and 17 
tnm 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 
P.M. 

f«)IKXKiHGO(H}: 

floron^vood Eknen- 
tary, 1444 Di^an Lane, 
Ragl^ntian Jidy 10 fron 
9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 



Woodstock Elementary 
6016 Providence Rood.Re- 
glstntloo July 10 and 17 
from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 
PM. 
SHELTCHt PARK: 
aieltoa P*A Elemen- 
tary, 1700 She&m Road. 
This registration is for J 
(HrU MslEetiKll ONLY.; 
RagUtratton is July 10 and| 
17 fND 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 

P.M. 

Below an tiMagegroupsI 
for FOOTBALL: 

MIDGET: 

11 lltt - ^e 10 - U 
Caa not be 12 yean oU 
OB or beisn December ^. 
of onnat sonaoa. Fli|l 
Wd^-lns K n»., Seconl 
Wa^-ina 100 n». 

MIDGET: 

11 Mu - Age 12 - » 
Can not be 14 yean old o| 
or before December 1 4 
currant aannon. Flnt 
W^-te US na., Se^ 
oadWUgh-tnsllonis. 

mTEBMEDIATE: 

U Mn - i^ 13 - H 
Cm Ht be 16 yean cid 
dn «r hatare Ottmiimt 1 



of current season. Firat 
wdgh-lns 135 tt«., Seeood 
weigh-ins 140 lbs. 

NEW LEAGUE: 

11 Man - Age 16 - 17 
Can not be 18 yean old 
on or before December 1 
of ctarrert season. First 
and ONLY wei^-ins 140 
Dm. and 19. 

The following are the age 
groivs ftor GIRLS BAS - 
KETBALL: 

raE-TEEH GIRLS (10 



11 A 12 Year Olds) Must 
be 10 yean OU on or be- 
fore December 1 oftheeur- 



JUNKHt GIRLS (18 k 14 
Year Old*) Camot be 15 
yean on or befn^ Decem- 
ber 1 of tte current sea- 
aoo. 

TEEN GIRLS 

15 yeurs old and caniday 
as toag as die is attndiag 
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B-6-VirflnU Beach Saa. June U, 1976 



Virginia State Bar here 

Colby, Will t 



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Beach meet 



■WlUlam E. Colby, former piree- 
lor of the U.S. Central InleUigeiiCe 
Agency, alid George F. Will, nation- 
ally syndicated «»lumnist, TVcom- 
mendator and contrltmting editor ot 
Newsweek 1naga«le, t(v a list of 
major speakers and programs sche- 
duled for the SSth Annual Meeting of 
the Virginia State Bar, Thursday 
through Sonda bei% at Virginia Beach. 
Stome 600 Virginia lawyers and 
ijudges, plus their wives, lamilieS 
1^ gUBsU, are a geC t etf to attftid 
^the tour-day meeting at the Cavalier 
pceanfront and Sheraton Beach 
Hotels. 

Major topics at the meeting will 
include Judlcall "gag orders" on the 



news media and the continuD^ con- 
flicts t)etween the constitdtlpnal gua- 
rantees for free press and fair trail, 
including the Simants case In the U. S. 
^reme Court; and environmental 
Uw, panel presentation on Vliiinia's 
kepone problem, including {mblic dis- 
covery and reaction, medical and 
legal problems and the legialatlve 
response; a polot, prepaid legal ser- 
vices program in the offing for Vir- 
ginia; statewide lawyer referral ser- 
vices, and the Virginia State Bar 
plan, and the Impact of consumerism 
on admisistrative law and adtninls- 
trative agencies, including the Vir- 
ginia ABC Commission and the SUte 
Corporation Commission. 



Colby will speak at the Amual 
Dinner of the Vlitlsla State Bar 
Saturday night at the Virginia Beach 
Civic Center (8:15 p.rn^ 

Will will be the iwtttrad speaker 
at '» Iwdieon Fja4l»ft*:4S p.m.), 
at the Sherkton Beach hotel. 

On aiturtay, (10:4S a.m.), Richard 
M. Schmidt Jr., of Wartington, D. C. 
General Counsel to the American 
Society of Sewspaper Edltora, and 
Past Chainsan of ibe Amerleah Bar 
Assclatlon Standing Cdmrnittee on 
Association ComnwticatiottS, «U1 
discuss the ceotcpViWil stAject of 
"gag orders", wttt^^rtlcito at- 
tention given to the Simtnts case new 



p«adi% liecisibri In the U, S.Swreme 
Court 

Schflifatt's prasftMiOB, wtltltd 
ite CoiMB^QMtflM' flrat A- 
mendment Tim Pnu vs. Sixth A* 
moidmait F|lr IMU", will be made 
during a General Session of the Slate 
Bar at the Cai^ler OcMnfixait Ho- 
tel. 

Also, dnrlag Saturday monilng's 
Genenl Ses^m, Wesley T.Grahlm 
vlee-prold^ and gwcnl conn 
set of Uw Kkhrcst M^Ud Insur- 
ance Company, Dki Moliwi, Iowa, 
will s^ttk on "Pr^aW IM>^ Ser- 
viees aaf tte VirgiBU Pltot Plan- 
An Overirlew," 



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mermtte s pilot pngnn dH Vir- 
^Ma provldlaf a idiediae M |^i$eid 
la^ nrvte#s to i spedfie groq> 
of jmvlAy^. Gntom «i)l disraia 
dfiti^tirt ImMqNm of the VlrgiBta 
jriUI ittigriitt Md lU poteMti a«a 
teMs fbr nvendinf ^ avallabUty 
of legal servttee Oroag^ Virginia. 
The Affinal Elei^oBi^ Officers of 
the VtrtfnU State Bar also will be 
heU Saturday, (11:45 a.m.). Under 
Sttf Bar bylaws, tt« President- 
EM«t artwiiaically Hcceedt to tlw 
offlce ofFfetidMtJnlyloftfeefMr 
tollimiBI Us election as Presldent- 
m#tf. Sodi i^ces carry (»e-y»r 
terns. Hii^ M. Sadler of PuUskl 



is tt^ current Pre^eirt of the J 1,700 
aeiAjer VUflnla 8Mi Mfi i^ $os»" 
eph I. Spmin, Jr.,<tfTi«|«Munioek 
is the current PresUwt -meet. ^ 
lawyer must bold membership in the 
State ter to be el^iUe-to pitetice 
law In Virginia. 

Speaker for the sovinmrnMital law 
program on kepone, to be held Friday 
(10 a.m.) will include Benls Bri<», 
Professor xa Law, WUltam and Htry 
Law School and Chariman, State Wa- 
ter Control Board; Or. Robert S. 
Jackson^ ttlte tFideffiolocist> Vir- 
ginia D^rmtmt <rf Heeltt and Jcqrce 
Wise and NeUCotiara, award- wtn^ 
repiHiers with WSVA Radio, Hlch- 
mond, who covered the kqmne story.- 




CARRIER BOYS 
ANDOIRLS 

MUST BE 1 2 YEARS OF AGE OR 
dU)ER H you wililiel Bki to Mm 
•xtra monoy ind Hv« In any of tN 
artat Httaci balow, cair 480^430, 

Monday ttmi Friday 

tSHEAT NECK PT. 
BIRCWCCKPUINr 

GREAT NECK ESTATES 

OCEANNA 

LAKE EDWARDS AREA? 

LAWSON FOREST 
KINGSTON AREA 

(Kings Lake Ct. area] 
STRATFORD CHASE 

ACREDALE 
BELLE HAVEN 
KINGS GRANT FOREST 

GATEWOOK PARK 
THALIA 

DIAMOND SPRINGS LAKE 
EUREKA PArt< 
SEABREEZE FARM 
LITTLE HAVEN ' 

OLD DONATION 






City Council has awartted contracts toteUig $1,402,114 
tor six city projects. Ciontractbrs receiving Uie awards, 
all low-bidders, were: 

M. E. WilUns, Inc., |271,215,40 for part of the woric 
on theSeatack sanitary sewer facilities. 

Van de Stel Contruction Co., for part of the woit on 
the Seatack Sanitary sewer facilities. 

G. L. Cline * Son. inc.. J124ll!Mi for the mnfdnic- 
tlon of the Headquarteni and StoMge Facilities for Oa 
Ground MalutMnce Division of the Departriient of Gener- 
al Services at the Mnnlclpal Center site. 

Whitfield/Gee Ccmstroctlcp Co., Inc., $84,000 Ibr tte 
ConstrucUiHi of the Fabrtcatlon aH$. 

Myatt ConstrucUon Co., $599,677.67 itff the paving 
and concrcAe protlon of the Municipal Center Site Im- 

tary sewerage feclUties, Atlantic ^rk. 

In other actions, Council: 

AHwinted Councilman Floyd E. Waterfield to serve 
on the tidewater Emergency Medical Serrtees, Inc. 

Appointed W. H. Kltchlns, m, Mrs. B. R. RomolvS, 
Earl M. Tebautt, D. Victor White and KennMi N. White- 
hurst to serve 00 the Minimum Housli^ Board of Ap- 
peals for one y«ir terms. Kltehlns repli^es Donoval 
Sanderlln. The others are r«inKrtirtme^. 



: $1,402,114 



CmK todtfpndttm mmmkig 
tlmt Mtm moimfrii^ nowl 



THE 




ROOM 

MAUTY SALON 

LEE O'BRIEN-OWNER 
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 

Locattd In 

ymmsoB woods phof. bldg. 




Anunrred an aaWcatloB tor a^daoge o< sooiog by 
Bruce B. MQbt snd iiodse HanUns fraii A|>srtmaiit 
to Office District (Ml Lots 1-4, 23 sad M, Block 41 
Plat of Pecan GardaAs at (tie norOntst latorsectlon of 
Rosemoot Road and, Bancroft Road. 

i^iproved Mrs. Paida L. Collins petttloB for a change 
if loolng from i^iertment to QfOee IMstrtct w Lots 
23-26, 52 and 53 Blo(dc 14, Pecan Gardens at tte sonlk- 
isst Mersectlaai Of ROsoitootRoid aad BaiKroft Road. 

Approved a coiidltldnal ate perinlt fCr M. F. hMfta- 
nll tor a self-service stoir«ge ficlllty on 4.79 acres 
Dcated 00 the north side of Wtditedc Rood west of 
'erry Plaatatlott Rood. 

DetaTod 1^ one we^ Alfred U. Hason's «p|dic«- 

on tor a diui|e ^^ Eootog frtmi rwridential toCom- 

Me'tk Btmaetfr Road, wert of Sooth Gym Road, ThaUa 

illage, 

I Deferred tor onw eek Alfred M- Ibsoo's petition tor 
^ condlttooal nse permit corttneBt. w v^rbval of a 
diaii^ in tOBtog IW a bidk Itaige jstd on8.26 
acri^ toeated on Oe owth sMe of BoMny Road, west 
of S«|dh Gum Road, Thalia Tillage. 

Apimved three ppMdmests to Um Comprrtenslve 
;^aidnK Ordinance reflating sign: 

fex^MttK the iprMMl r«g«iattnjDrsiffa la the hotel 
^ ibrbA te sU 4tfri%fn«lfac tlw mutbipam m 
C MsapedR Bif . This la pa^onvted by reeetf si^ te- 
liaUattOHi sloog tto IWEelli^ and la uueOini to deter 
tacresBtog commerehiltetfcW OP poMic hierti*. 

Regulating dgns la snialW •iw|i|iing ceitM* tor less 
than 10 eWabltehtteato ks-i Ostrlds and less ttui 
1 estaHHamerts in tiie B-f Districts. Mim jpresest 
nine tl^e Is no ai^iorliltlOB to UaUt fr«e*staiidlag 
IdMUfieatim rigas. thte amendmeBt «dsnds llie pre- 
siitt B-1 IMstriet <niitrol to ^ B-2 ud B-3 m^cto. 

iMeads the preseat iwakibltton oa p«pt>14* i>d^M»* 
sthwtffiral signs, tlwret^iukktog ttla fM^ 
gtiat^. 




Beaek: Tirglaia Beach AM. kai lUlaiuT 

mile West of Pembr<d» Hall) I«aae M4-499-96U} 

Moa.-Fri. llttB to iilQpoi, IM. lOaa to t-JUtfm 



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REGMSTEI^D SALON 

CENTER F(») BEAUTY 

3700 S, PLAZA mAlL 

at Rosmi^t M. Ii^ Fin SmtMh 
48i^7s6 



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j^ftroved Ucease r^mds of $627.98. ^ 

AffroTcd tax refdnds of $313.95. 

Oefured tor M days acttoa on a jpetitton by Tinoby 
H. Uagston, Margaret D. Langston, (Mana Omrcb of 
Onoidi of Christ. Julius Perl and Pavel Perl tor the 
etosarv of a 30-fbot unnamed street In Oceaaa Gtr- 
deas. 

A|i|iro|«riated $31,602 to sq^lemeat the faupectloas 
Services for a mandatory cross-comieetlon and h#i&- 
flow prevention control. The State introduced ttiepro- 
gram and naless reqnlremmts are met, will aot Issik 
aa operatlBg permit tor the city's water siqiply system. 

AoUiortied the acquisitloe at pn^ntf for SeMA 
aad fi»r nmtioi^igood by parduse or oondemmdtoo 
tor sultary sewer facilities. 

ARpravad estaaiUng water service to Great Heck 
Manor under the Small projects Contract at an estimated 
cost of ^2,3S8 at the request of 77% of the property 
owners. r 



Nof wegian Lad 
exchange told 



Virginia Beach Mayor J. Curtts Payne and Tbomas 
G. B^Mst, prssMeat ct the Norwegian LaiQr Foimdatlon, 
have, •noaneed the InitlaikiB of an ammal Mgwe^sa 
Lady enhaage program between ttie cities of Virginia 
Boa^ asi Moss, Nonray. This program is part of M 
eoBtlnnlai, Sister Cities program. 

Mecttoa is imrratly beli^ nmde fn»0B Virginia Beach 
Rilpl Scinfl girls who are m^nbers of the rising Jun- 
tor clSM. Memben <A the selecUoa committee are 
Dr. T. jdmaa Lasser, Rob«1 Callls Jr., Br«l Pulley, 
DoMld H. Rhodes, Rolfe Williams, James Sadler, Ben 
C^oaa, Delmar Nordh, C. Oral Lambert, Raidar Att- 
maa and Mn. Wllla Redittng. ' - 

Vu Mayor's Yonte Council ^11 sssist the omimttiee 
to tti seledlOB. TUs process Is to be coiqpli^ed wttlito 
the oeit two weeks. 

llM wtaal odiaage will tain idaee to July. Congress- 
maa G. WUUam Whitehurst has agreed to eq>edlte 
Issuaaee Id a pasqport. 

The l^rgliria Beadi girl selected wUl fly Scaadlaa- 
Tlaa Alrltoes Syid^ to FmvdM Airport to Osto where 
she will be mat by a l e pres e b t atl ve at Mossaad her 
hort faadly. She will stay to homes of cittxess of Moss 
for a two mA period. 

The Ktfiraglu lady will arrive at Norfolk Airport 
lAere sM will be met l^ represortatives ol the City 
of Vliilate Bcadt, her Virginia Beach host totoUy and 
a director of the fomdatlon. During her stay she is 
expected' to ^end five days with a family rt toe bea^ 
five itfn with a family to the agricidtural ar«i aad tear 
days wttb a tomUy to sriRotia. 

Tte program to ^oesored bf toe Norweg^ La^ 
FoaadiihM aid has the mqiport of the Ctty COo^, 
the Chamber of danmerce, and is entorsed by toe 
Embassy of Norway to Waditog^, tte Norwegba 
GofWimient Seaman Service, and toe Norwegian NATO 
ReiTMeBt^ve SACLANT. 




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PUBLIC 
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lU II^HU 'Wi 

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tor W 



ORDER OF PUBLICATUKt 
^UieCMk'i Office of 
^ OreoU C^urt A the 
C% (rf Virginia BMdi, on 
the lit day of June, 1976 
PaUy Brown Cox, 

Plaioiur, 

afBthet 

aertAen Paiter Coi* 

DMiOlUiti 

•the o^ect of thii attit 
U; to (AoIb a divorce a 
v^eolo matiimoBil tr^un 
t$ai^ d«f eDdut UMO the 
gA^mdt «f teparatloD tor 
mbre than one fear. 

1 an affidatit haTinc 
mede and' fUed that 
(dam U 1 noD- 
ot the SUte of 
VlillMa, the last knovn 
rqmce adttvas b^: 
pfflce Boi m, Onl- 
y^rtal *•«*. Mojrock, 



Nortii CaroUaa It la or- 
dered tiiat he do appear 
liere within ten (lO) days 
after dne pabllcation here- 
of, and do what may be 
Bteaian to profeist hie 
ereetiiithUsttlt. 
A: CBigr^Teste: JOHN V. 
PElfTOiSS, CLERK 
By: J. Coltis Fruit, De- 

mW/^ALyie 

P.O. B0]| »n 

Virgtida' Beach, Virginia 

1^ «/», 6/16, 6/2J. 6/SO 




dROKR OF PUBUCATION 

Ui thf Clerk'a Office of the 

Cil-ctdt Coort of the City <tf 

Vltginia Beach, on the nth 

day of May, 1976. 

Pttar Ftoke Leon, Sr. 

PkiqtUf, 

aiptaft 

Aniaada Stsson Bowen Leon 



IHe idl^ect (d this sott 
la to «blala a divorce a 
m^m. «t ttoTO^he later 
ui^ed Into a divorces 
MmIo matriffionU from 
1^ eiUdl «0BS6i^, 4paii the 
RithndeMdeiMtbqb 
AJd ani&aidtha^befii 
mede aaOled t^ the 
d#eadut is awn-reeidiirt 
otlieftatedfWi>i«.1iw 
last kw)wn pbst office ad- 
dress bei«: SlMBasxanl 
iUU Road, Bttthampton, 
Me* Yorti It ts ordered 
dttt site do upear here 
itthU ^10)d^aftMr4iM 
peldteiUott hereof, and do 
1i«irf may be necesaarr to 
protect her interest in tUs 

mtt. : 



ACOPY-TESTE: JORMV. 

FEItTRESS, CLERK 

BV: Virginia B. Alien 0. 

aert. 

Lmiis B. Fine 

TMJLawBldg. 

Mortolk,Ta^. 

VB8 5/». 8/«. «/». «/" 
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547-4571 547^4571 486-3430 



ORDER 
VIRGIMIA: IN THE 
dOtK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CtRCOlT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF vmonHA BEACH 
OH TBE 27th DAY OF 

May, me. 

In re: Adoption of Tracy 
Lynn Moore, a minor under 
the age of fourteen (14) 

BWt Jt(^ Harold Rlggs and 
tliida d<ne Rlggs, 
^^tlimers 

1^! Charles Bud Moore 
Bdiite«t 
]»]tttaD; Nevada 
Ciuicery #0-76-783 
''' fffli day came J(flfhTar- ' ' 
tM Rigfs and Linda Gene ' ' 
Sl|gt, Petltiooers, and re- '• 
preseiied that the object •', 
(rftUS proceeding is to tf- ,, 
feet the adoption of the ,» 
above named infant (s), 
Tracy Lynn Moore, by ' - 
lohn Handd Riggs and ' • 
Uada Gene Riggs, husband 
ahd wife, and afftdavithav- „; 
ttgbett made and filed that , 
Charles Bud Moore, a na- 
tural parent of said child ' 
' m). Is a non-resident of "' 
ihe Stete of Virginia, the .,; 
last .iouwn post office ad- 
dress bei«: Route #2 Fal- 
lon^ Hevida 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that Uie said Charles Bud 
Moor* appear before this "*§ 



CouiiwlUdn ten(10) days 
after imblicatioo of this 
Order and indicate Us/ber 
atlMide toward thepro- 
pMed idoptlon, or other- 
irtse ^ irtiat Is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
tUs matter. 
A et^ teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By; VlrglttU B. AUen D.C. 
Stanl^ A. PhUUps 
P.O. BOS 4037 
llrgtnla Beach, Va. 

VB8 9/09, 9/16,6/29, 6/80 
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DER OF PUBLICATION 
b te Cleit's Office of the 
Clrotit Court of the City 
of- VtavUia Beech, on the 
Istd^of Jane, 1976 
DSbonA Gamble Walter, 
Plaintiff, 






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iSviil L. WaUer, Jr. 
OetWdant. 

The deject of this suit 
IS to (Main a divorce a 
ijSiaM oatrimonll from 
the mM drfmdant upon the 
mds ol separation of 

, parttes for a period 

a excess on one year (Le. 
ay 19. 1974). 
ictA an affidavit having 
heen nuie and fUed that 
Ow thriN^q* is a noo- 
riMkiiiit c« Ue State of 
the last known 

^ jliw address being: 

O/o M«li/iii L.Walter, Sr., 
iQtnller Part, Lot 146 
A^tiuUn, New York, it 
Is Ordered that he do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days Mter due publication 
hereof^ and do what may 
be neeeasary to protect 
his Merest in this suit. 
Aeofiy-Teste: JOHN V. 

rraimEss, clerk 

1^ 1. Curtis Fruit, De- 






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1 toan 



Jan 0: tiicricer, Jr. 
' HtS Princess Anne Road 
VlrginU Beach, Virginia 

VBS 9/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30 



flttOW CAUSE (HlOBt^ 
tnRGlNU: IN WL 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OFVIRGINIABCACH 
OMTHEISTDAYOFJUNE 
1976. 

In the Ibtter of the Eitote 
<rfEI^^AUCEGIVElffi, 
Deceased 

Chancery C.Pt #4200* 

el tte accounts of Arthur 
W. Me^er,Esecutor(rftbe 
Estate ol tMtth Alioe Gl- 
vns, deceased, and of the 
debts and demands agalnrt 
said ^tate luive hem fil- 
ed In the Clerk's pfllce, 
and that six(t)a>oidhsiiMe 
elapsed slnee Uie qimufl- 
^^i « BoUee of tile 
E»enuR-, It is (fflDEBED 
ttet the eredltors of, and 
aU^lheti iiler«rted.iii ttie 
estate 4b ilta* cause, if 
Mif ttey can. OD tbe 25 
da» d Jtne, 1978, at 10^00 
t.B.i bettte thla QMirt at 
Its CourihMMn, agaiiat ^ 
pumeat nd deliver. of 
Bl» Ssl^e «f Ikitt Alice 
Chew, deeliied to tin 
lipCMe wtttml recpir- 
iM n<#**f ^■"'J* 
^ is ftother OEOJERED 
that a copy irf tUa mrder 
AftU be ptfHlAed dace a 
we«t for two «cc^*t»« 
wrtii Hi The 1«i^ila 
B«^ SBa% % Mfwap^r 
ymmA ud kvl]« geo- 
erilWn^latioBtttteCity 
ot Viit^ Bea<^ Vir- 

Te^e: KMN V. 
_ 8, CLEW 

kli;petei««p« 
_^. lW8<»a»mer- 

{MMk.tlqM«2U10 
^:r j; CiittiFnilt, D.C. 

VM 1/9,6/16^ 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
Ih tte Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the 
(Sty of Virginia Beach, on 
the MUi day of May, 1976 
girrmi Wayne Wells, 




Tte ot^ect of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
yineulo matrimonii from 
ike said def entont qnn the 
grounds of separation of 
flie parties for a period 
la Oteess of dtae (1) year 
bl aeeordance with provl- 
skas at a>-9l (9) (a) at 
th* £Me of VlrgliiUi, 19S0, 
tsamoded. 

Asd an affidavit having 
been OMle and filed that 
the delendairt is a non- 
residaot of the Kate of 
Tln^j the Ust known 
goaf office ad^pess bebig: 
MM Elisabeth Sre^, Key 
West, Florida 33040 it U 
onlwed that ^ do v/aaa 
here vttUi ten (10) ibys 
a^ due MblicatioB here- 
^. Md do what may be 
Mcessary to protect her 
ifltwest u ttds suit. 
A «^-Teste: John V. Fen- 
trmVCterk 

Bf: i. Curtis Pniit, De- 
pi^ Cleric 

Mo»e, Brydgcs k Cohen 
MtS Padfle Aveme 
VltglMa BeaiA, Viigi^ 

VM 9/9, 6/16, 6/28, 6/30 

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cmDER OF PUBUCATION 
tt the Clertt's Office of the 
Ctrcitt Court of the Citytrf 
Vlrglata BMch, on the 17Ui 
teyoiWy. 1976. 
i^^tth Hardy 

Bt^e ^tth Hardy, 
PtaWitt, 



jllehari Jay Hardy, 
DefextoM. 



B-t-VltfiDia Beach Sun, lune 16, IVK 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo Matrimonii ifrom 
the said defendant, upon 
the (rounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affldayit ha vine heen 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last kmwn post oHice ad- 
dress bein(: Manhein, Ger- 
many it is ordered that 
he ^appear here within 
tei^lO)days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

ACOPY-TESTE: JOHNV. 

FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 

Clerk. 

t 

Tidewater Legal Aid 

147 Granby Street 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 

VM^rn^ 6/2. 6/ 9. 6/ 16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's OtUce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 2Sth day of May, 1976 
Doreen Audrey Durante, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Anthony Durante, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties hav- 
ing lived entirely separate 
and apart for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non - 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3235 Fresno Avenue, Pen- 
sacola, Florida it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of,-^ and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D, 
Clerk. 

Christie t Cotterman 
24S First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 

VBS 6/9,6/16, 6/23, 6/30 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach on the 31st 

day of March, 1976. 

Donald Russell Garland, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rhonda Lavon Garland, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
and enlarged into a final 
decree of divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being; 4230 Kim Sue 
Way, San Diego, California 
it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten(10) 
days after due piddication 
hereof, and do what mayl>e 
necessai7 to pnrtect her 
iqterest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen, 
Clerk 

Louis W. Kershner 
524 Independence Bldg. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

VBS 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 19th 

day of Mav, 1976. 

Robert John Wittman, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Renda Meadow Wittman, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of desertion for a period 

' of more than one year. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due dili- 
gence has been used by or 
in behalf of the Complainant 
to ascertain in which county 
or corporation the Defen- 
dant is, without effect, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: "5805 Pontiac 
Road, Virginia B«ich, Vir- 
ginia 23462 it is ordered 
that she do app^r here 
within ten<10)days after due 
PHbUcatiMi hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
sutt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen, 

Clerk. 

Alan B. Comess 

5266 E. Princess Anne Rd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



ORDER OP»UlBUCAtft}N 

m tlw'Clett^s Mtice of the 

CircoXL Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on 

the Srd day of June, 1976. 

Sandra June Snowden, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Alan D. Snowden, 

Defendant. 

The object ol this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of SIbtioB.. jQ-91 
(9) having lived separate 
and apart for the period in 
excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non - 
resident of theState of Vir- 
ginia the last known post of- 
fice address being: CSC- 
3rd. Infantry, APO, 09045 
it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
bis interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk 

Clements, Bowerman t 
Hauser 

3284 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office 

of the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 26th day of May, 1976 

Milton E. Selby, 

PlaintUf, 

against 

Grecia Marva Selby, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a decree of 
divorce a vinculo ma- 
trimonii from the defendant 
upon the grounds of living 
sqiarate and apart tOr a 
period of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 

Jsst office address being: 
17 Marion Street, Seattle 
Washington 98104 it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 
A cqqr-teste: JOHH^ V. 
„tK10tES8<!qMnK ,;.v„ 
Bf. Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk. 

Breitt, Rutter * Montagna 
720 Atlantic Nat. Bank Bldg 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office Of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 20th 

day of May 1976. 

Eliubeth Jane Robinson 

Rowley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James Robert Rowley, Sr. 

Defendant 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the de- 
fendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the SUte of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being; NAV 
COMMSTA, Key West Flo- 
rida it is ordered that be 
do appear here within ten 
(10)diys after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit . 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. AUen, 
Clerk 

Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
ciety 

147 Granlnr Street, Offtce 
350 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER 
VnUIINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

In re: Adcqition of Lawrence 
Schexnetder and Joyce 
Marie Sckezneider 
By: Jokn S. Jones and 
Marlene R. Jones, Peti- 

f toners 

To: Marlain Main Sdiei - 

neidcr 

13 Mason Street 

Gretna Louisiana 

In Chancery 

•C-76-342 
This day came John S. 
J<mm ami Marlene R. 
Jones, PeUtioners, and re- 
presented that the Inject 
of tUs prooewUnt i»t» ^- 
fecf the adoption oftheabove 
named Intint(s), Lawrence 
Scbexneider and Jowe 
Marie Schezneider. "r 
John S. Jones and Maries 
R. Jones, husband and wife 
and affidavit having 



made and nicd that Mar- 
lain Main Schezneider, a 
natural parent of said 
chlld(rcn), is a non-resi- 
dnt of the State of Virgin- 
ia, the last known post of- 
ftce address being: 13 Ma- 
son Street, Gretna, Louis- 
iana. It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Mar- 
lain Main Schezneider ap- 
pear before this Court with- 
in ten (10) days after pub- 
lication of this Order and 
indiutt his/her attitude 
toward the pn^M ad- 
option, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Virginia B. Allen D.C. 
William F. Bainside p.q. 
P. 0. Boz 1062 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VffiONIA BEACtt- 
ON THE 14th DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

In re: Adoption of an in- 
tent girl bom October 11, 

1975 in Columbus, Ohio 

IN CHANCERY 

C-75-1768 
ThU day came the Pe- 
titlonlrs, J(» PhUUp MiUs 
and Virginia Ann Mills, 
husband and wife, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of an in- 
fant girl bom October 11, 

1976 in ColumbusOhio, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that the unknown 
bther, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
unknown, It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said un- 
known natural fkther ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
piAIlcatlon of this Order 
and indicate his attttude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A eofif teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Virginia B. AUen D.C. 
Counsel for Petitioners 
Suite 529 PembnAe One 
Independence Blvd. 
Va.J^art,V^ . ,. 

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against 

Robin Edwards Hestle, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be mer- 
ged into a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit havinf 
been made and tiled that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
791 &famore Hill Drive, 
UariatU, Georgia it is or- 
dered ttat he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publicatlra here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy- teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D., 
Clerk. 

Wallace B. Smith 
*4 Stoney Point 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
VIRGimA: m THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
RONALD t: GARRICK, Ad- 
ministrator of the Estate 
of William Paul Garrick, 

QvCflSSvCii 

Plaintiff 

vs. 

IRENE E. HOLT, 

Defendant. 

LAW DOCKET 
NO. L-2254 

The (Aject of a petition 
pending in the above action 
is to obtain an Order ap- 
provii^ a compromise set- 
tlemoit of any claims for 
the wrongful deathof plain- 
tiff's decedent, William 
Paul Garrick, a deceased 
infknt, and directing dis- 
tribution by the Court of 
the proceeds thereof. 

And Affidavit having been 
made and filed that Barban 
Garrick, the natural 
mother of said inftnt de- 
cedent, who was not surviv- 
ed by a qxNise, children 
or grandchildren, and who 
was born to Barbara Gar- 
rick and Ronald E. Gar- 
rick, is not a resident of 
this SUte, it is, 

Ordered that the said 
Barbara Garrick do ap- 
pear within ten (10) days 
after due puldlcationofthis 
Order and do what is ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terests. 

It is further Ordered that 
the plaintiff present his 
Petttion and Order f^r 
compromise settlement of 
the above entitled cause 
to the Coort on the 30th 
day of June, 1976 at 9:00 
o'clock a.m. 

R U fUrtherOrderedthat 
the foregoinf portion of 
this Order be published 
once a week for four con- 
secutive weAs in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper publislHid in the City 
ei Virginia Beach, Virgin- 
ia and having general cir- 
culation in the Tidewater, 
Virginia area. 
PRE9T0N, PRESTON, 
WILSON A LAMBERT 
992 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Brach, Virginia 
23454 

A Cc^qr. T«^:. John V. 
Fentreu, Clerk 
By: Doris 8. Rale, D.C. 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

CRCurr COURT of the 

CITY OFVntGINIABEACR 
ON THE nth DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

In re: Adaption of Keith 
Alan Schlacbter, an in- 
fant under fourteen years 
of age, to be known as 
Keith Alan CampbeU 
By: Johnnie Lamar Camp- 
beU and Joyce Dale Camp- 
bell Petitioners 
To: Jos^ KarlSchlachter 
408 Mealing Avenue 
North Augusta, South 
Carolina 29841 

In Chancery 

#0-76-662 
This day came Johnnie 
Lamar Campbell and Joyce 
Dale Cami^ll, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
the object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
infant (s), Keith Alan 
Schlachter, by Johnnie La- 
mar Campbell and Joyce 
Dale CampbeU, husband 
and wUe, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that Jos^ Karl Schlach- 
ter, a natural parent of said 
child(ren), is a non-resi- 

ittice alildress being: 408 
Mealing Avenue, North Au- 
gusta, South Carolina, 
29841 tt is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Jos- 
eph Karl Schlacbter ap - 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her at- 
titude toward the propos- 
ed adoption, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Virginia B. Allen d.c. 
Robert H. Bennett 
3330 Pacffic Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
la the Cleric's (mtt tA t}ie 
Ciroult Coort of the City of 
Va. Beach, on the aid day 
of June, 1976. / 
Thomas M. Hestic, 
Plaintiff, 



_, 

ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 
aTY OF VIRGDnA BEACH 
ON THE 27th DAY OF 
May, 1976. 

In re: Adoption of BREN- 
NAN SHAYNE GILLIAM 
and TRISTAN LAYNE GIL- 
LIAM 

By: Coogie C. Gilliam, 
Jr. and Maxine L. Gilliam 
Petitionere 

To: Hubert Lee McGlothin 
810 Louisiana Avenue 
Ferriday, Louisiana 
Chancery #C-76-^l 

This day came C6ogileC. 
Gilliam, Jr. and Maxine L. 
Gilliam, Petttloners , and 
r^reseirted that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the ad(^ion of the 
above named infants (s), 
Brennan Shayne Gilliam 
and Tristan Layne Gilliam 
by Coogie C. Gilliam, Jr. 
and Maxine L. GUliam, 
husband and wUe, and af- 
fiitevlt having been made 
and filed that Hubert Lee 
McGlothin, a natural par- 
ant of Bald chlhVrw), is a 
non-resident of tne State of 
Virginia, the Ust known ^ 
post (^ce address being: 
810 Louisiana Avenue, 
Ferriday, Louisiana 

n is theref(H« Ordered 
that the slid Hubert Lee 
McGlothin appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicde his/ 
attttude toward tne propos- 
ed ndopttoo, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect his iirterest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. FeBtreas. Clerk 
By: Viiflnia B. Allot DC 
Barry Kantor, Esq. 
Adler4Kantor 
706 PUu One Bldg. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 7th day of June, 1976 

John D. DensmorOi 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Imogene L. Densmore, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be lat- 
er merged into a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said dtfendant, upon 
the grounds of Desertion 
on August 5, 197S. 

And in affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plantiff to ascertain 
in what coimty or Conior- 
ation the defendent is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being 
710 D. E. Leicester Ave., 
Norfolk, Va. it is order- 
ed that she do appeal' hwe 
within Tefr(10> Days af- 
ter due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A comr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Decker, 7oby, Collins k 
Christie -p.q. 
Sidte900 

One Main Plaza East 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER 
VIRGDnA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
(HI THE 2l8t DAY OF May 
1976. 

In re: Adoption of Robin 
Alisha Beddow a n d S h annon 
AlishaBeddow 
TO BE NAMED: Robin Al- 
isha White and aiannon Al- 
idia White 

By: lliomas Michael Wiite 
and Cassandra Kay White 

In Chancery 

#C 76-745 
To: Willard A. Beddow 
General Delivery 
Akron, OH 44309 

This day came Thomas 
Michael White and Cassan- 
dra Kay White, Petitioners 
and represeided that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption 

of the above named Infant 
(s), RoUn Alisha Beddow 
and Shannon Alisha Beddow 
by Thomas Mfchael Witte 
and Caanudrt K«y>WWte, 
husband and wUe, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Willard A. 
Beddow, a nitaral pnreBt 
of saM cUkKm), is « non- 
resident at the SUte of 
VlrilnU, the last known 
post off^ address being: 
General Jl4llv«ry, Maw, 
Ohio 4009 B is ttere - 
fore Ordered that the said 
Willard A. Beddow appear 
before tUs Court within tn 
(10) dam «fi«r publieatioa 
of this Order and Indicate 
Us/her ^tnde toward the 
ptopauA adoption, or 
otherwise do etat is ne- 
cessary to protect his in- 
terert in thU matter. 
A «qiyt te«t^ John V. 
Feitfress, CiMt 
By: VlrginU B. Allen D. C. 



William H. Colona, Jr. 
1397 Laakln Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
234S1 

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SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GINIA BEACH 
June 7, 1976 

IN THE MATTER OF THE 
ESTATE OF 

EDWIN CHARLES, DE - 
CEASED 

CP«4250 

R appearing to the Court 
that a report of the ac- 
counts of' E. Leslie Coz 
and Robert E. Charles, Co- 
Ezecutors of the EsUteof 
Edwin Charles, deceased, 
and of the debts and. de- 
mands against his esUte 
has been ffied in the Clerk's 
Office of this Court; and 
that siz months has elap- 
sed since the qualffica - 
tlons; on motion of the 
persoial represoiUtlves, 
it U ORDERED that the 
creditors of and all oth- 
ers mieresMd in tfee^Bs- " 

Ut«(«flM«»«3lmmMdl 
ceased, te) yhMTcidie;' if ! 
they can, on the 2Sth day 
of June, 1976 at 10:00 a. 
m. before this Court at lU 
courtroom against pay- 
ment and delivery of the 
net esUte of said dece- 
(tent to the legatees with- 
out requiring refunding 
bond; and tt is 

ORDERED that the fore- 
going portion of this Or- 
der be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks In the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published and having a gen- 
eral circulation in the Ctty 
of VirginU Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
WE ASK FOR THIS: 
E. Leslie Coi 
Attorney for the EsUte of 
Edwin Charles, Deceased. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Va. Beach, on the 17th day 

otMayil976. 

LOUiCattni Tailor, 

PlaliitUI, 

against 

Beatrice P. Taylor, 

Defendant. 

The (A>ject of this suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
m^nsa at thoro to be sub- 
sequently merged into a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of deser- 
tion; 

And an affidavit having been 
made and tiled that the de- 
fendant is a non-mident 
of the SUte of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: P. 0. Boz 
183, Mapch»ter, Com. 
06040 it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
(10)days after due pnbllca- 
tlott hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pra- 
ted her IMerest in this 
suit. 

A COPI-TESTlE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen D. 
C^rt. 

Kelbeif t Childress 
533 Newtown Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 22462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of ViiglnU Bench, on 
the 7th day of June, 1976 
ItoUn Cheryl Greenfield 
Moran, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
< Michael Lee Moran, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, qwnOe 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fUed that 
Due diligence has been us- 
ed by and on behalf of the 
plairidfl to ascertain in what 
county or corporation 
the detendent is, without 
e^et,' tte'ttt(«Hi«*vott 
stWiiK JiMNh«.(MMf MR 
-"•hr- 61liKMInflande Lalw, 
Norfolk, Va. it U order- 
ed that be do appear here 
within Ten (10) days af- 
ter due puUicatton^ere- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary toprotect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, aerk 

Harold J. Goodman p.q. 
1120 %)arrow Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

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ORDER OFPUBLICA'nON 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of VlrglnU Beach, on the 
4th day of June, 1976 
Commaiwealth of Vir- 
ginU 
Plaintiff, 
against 

One 1968 Ford FuturaM/ 
No. 8X21T14644S 
Mark Anthony Fctterly, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
U for the defendant, Mark 
Anthony Fetterly, to show 
cause, on the 29th day of 
July, 1976, in the Circidt 
Court of the City of Vir- 
ginU Beach, at 10:00 A.M. 
wiqr the said 1969 Ford Fu- 
ture should not be condem- 
ned and sold to enforce 
forfeiture, as provided for 
by Section 4-56 of the Code 
of VirginU (1950), air 
amended. 

And an affidairtt having 
been. Bade and filed that 
tl» defendant is a non- 
resident and ids last known 
addresses were 1229 Myr- 
tle Ave., Chesapeake, Vir- 
ginU; and Route 5, Boz 
220, Lodictoa, VirginU. 
R Is ordered tiiat Ifarfc 
Anthmqr Fetterly do appear 
ben wtthU ten (10) days 
after (hw publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necesnry to protect his 
interest UttU suit. 
A ^-Tette: John V. 
FentrMS, Clerk 
BrBari>anA.WaUs,D.C. 
Paul A. Sdintino, Dapvty 
Attorney tor the Common- 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
b the Clerk's Office (tf the 
Cireidt Court of the Ctty 
of Vir^nU Beach, on Uie 
l«h day (^ May, 1976. 
Dana Thomas Bostwick, 
nalnttfl, 
againrt 

Diane Marie Aroett Bos- 
twick, 
Defendnt. 

The Direct of this sutt U 
to oMaU a dlvor(»amensa 



et thoro to be Uter merged 
Into a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of deser- 
tion on February 10, 1976. 
And an affidavtt having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fend U a liM- resident 
(rf the State of VirginU, the 
last known poM office ad- 
dress beiBg: 149 Forest 
Drive, J^er8<»ville, in- 
daina U U ordered that 
she do appear here withing 
ten(10) (Uiys after due pub- 
lication hereof, anddowhat 
may be liieekifi^ t&:^-' 
tect her Uterest U Ms 
sutt. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Vin^a B. Allen D. 
Clerk. 

Christie A Gutterman 
245 First ColonUl Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

Va. Beach, Va. 23454 

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BY: VirginU B. Alien b. 

Clerk. 

Coz, Coz k Cox 

1518 Atlantic Ave, 

Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's (»(ice of the 

Circuit Court <a the Ctty 

of Va. Beach, on the 17th 

day.o( May, 1976 

Bernard A. Griffin, 

PUintUf, 

against 

Sheryl M. Griffin, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs sutt 
U to obtaU a dlvoree a 
vinculo matrifflonii from 
the said defeodaiA, upon the 
grooids of one year sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit having been 
nude «nd ffied that the de- 
fedant U a non-resident 
of the SUte of VirgUU, 
the Ust known post office 
address being: 9 Aner- 
soo Street, Boston. Massa- 
chusetts tt is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten(riO)days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect here interest U this 
suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 



ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 
VIRGINIA: IN TNE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEAOir 
ON THE lOTH DAY 06 
JUNE, 19^6 H 

U the matter of the adops 
tion of ' .ir 

ANN MARIE CAPPAREL14 
an Infant. ' r 

Of CHANCERY . 
NO. C-76-897 .. 

The object of the above^ 
styled suit is for the pes 
titioner, WAYNE OSCiffi 
LARSON, to adopt AlW 
MARIE CAPPARELLI, tt 
infant. ?' 

And tt appearing by afn 
fldavtt tUed according td 
Uw that LEONARD C; 
CAPPARELU, the natural 
Uther of said infant, is not 
a resident of thU sUte, it 
U, therefore, ORDERED 
Hut the said LEONARD B) 
CAPPARELLI do appeuF 
witUn ten days after datf 
publication of this Orderl; 
U the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Cttg 
of ViffinU Beach, VirginU 
and do what is neeessaiii 
to protect his interest. .^ 

And tt U further OR-4 
OERED that thU Order .b» 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks U 
the VirginU Beach Sunt^d 
newqpnper published in the 
Ctty of VirginU Beach, ^,•, 
VirginU. 

A Copy Teste: John V: 
Fentress. Clerk <i'j> 

By: VirginU B. Allen, IX« 
1 ask for this: .! 

Robert L. Simpson,Jr. .<>i 
Attorney for Petitioner c 
3500 Va. Beach Blvd. <.7 
VirginU Beach, Va. iOc 
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".IS 



PUBUC NOTICE 
RoUce is hereby given that A. T. Nicholson 



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434f'i 



B 



AUriend's Trail, Va. Beach, Va. 23455 has applied ta^\ 
a Certffieate of Compliance from the SUte Wat^' 
Control Board pursuant to Section 401 of the Federaf^ 
Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, Pidj^^V 
Ue Uw 92-500 to Construct a Bulkhead at 4341 Al- 
friend's Trail, VirginU Beach. Va. 
The decUion whether to issue the Certificate of Cm-^^ 

S^S^^I^IPSe^ 1 ii^cil 
should be addressed to the SUte Water Control JSbarC 
Vp. Box 11143. Richmond, VirginU 23230 and ibom] 
retch the Board not Uter than 15 days after this pob--* 
UcaUon. 



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NdTICE OF SALE -<• 

VIRGINU: --^^ 
m THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINU' 

BEACH ^' 

SUSIE ELIZABETH SIBERT "i 

a/k/a SUSIE E. SIBERT "^ 

Cnnidainant "'' 

V. ^^ ;f 

JOHN ARTHUR SIBERT '^ 

a/k/a JOHN A. SIBERT '• 

Respondent "^ 
IN CHANCERY NO. C-74-1032 

Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of the City 
of VirginU Beach, made and entered on the 3rd day 
of June, 1975. in the Chancery cause of Susie Eliza- 
beth $bert. a/lE/a/ Susie E. Sibert, complainant, versus.^ 
Jolm Arthur Wbeii, a/k/a/ John A. Sibert, respon'-'/ 
dnt. we will on Monday, June 28, 1976, at 10:00 a.m.' 
at tte fftmt door of Cirouit Court No. 1 U the City df ' 
VinInU Beach, VirgliUa; located aM>i1i[ee8S Anne t^ 
said Ctty, offer fOr sale to the highest bidder subjecr 
to confirmation by the Court, the following described 
real property: 

All those two lots of land situated in the City of, 
of VirginU Beach, in the SUte of VirginU, an^i' 
being known, numbered and designated as Lots No.' 
41 and 42 in Block No. 102 as shown upon the plat 
entttled, "PUt of Lakewood" dated June 22, 1925,; 
made by CUdfelder and Schisler, EngUeers, and, 
duly of record in the Clerk's Office of the Circui{. 
Court of the Ctty of VirginU Beach, VirgUU.' 
TERMS: CASH. The successful bidder will be re-- 
quired to depmtt 10% of the.purehase price at the tim^"' 
that the property U knocked down to him with the bal- . 
ance to be paid withU ten (10) days. ' 

JANET B. BURT, SPECUL COMMI^ONER 
BRUCE G. MURPHY, SPECUL COMMISSIONER 
JAMET B. BURT 
1369 Laddn Road 
VirginUBeech,Va. 23451 

I hereby certify that a special commissioner's bond 
U the amount of 129.000.00 with corponte surety has 
been ported by Janet B. Burt and Bruce G. Murphy, 
as requirad liy decree entered herein on June 3, 1976^ 
A copy teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Frutt, D. C. 



VBS, 6/16, 6/23, » 



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VntGDIU: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cITY OF 
VinamA beach on the 30TH day of APRIL, 1976 
JOSEFIRA UDO ORTIZ BERGANTIN08 m 

CMQiUiMnt -.>* 

IXOGDADO BERGANTDfCS, A Non-resfatett Of Oe Rt^;^ 
or*YUsiaU whose last known address was 25 MountaUij 
Ate., North Stony Creek. Ontariim Canada >„ 

DOnaat ,in 

a CTANCERY DOCKET IK). '"^ 

C-76-412 J., 

(XtpEROFPUBUCATKai U 

Hie o^ect of thU sutt U tor the complainant to oIhb 
taU from flie Defendant a divorce a vincnk matrimon|jEi' 
on tte groaids of one fear s^aratton betveen the ptr<u 
ties, and atBdavtt having been aude thai' the said de- 
fandaol U a non-residwt of the Sate at VirginU, he 
U hereby reqidred to iivear wtthU ten days after due 
pUUication hereof and to^ do wbrt may be necessariK 
to protect hU intwaet. R U ordered ttai ai»Ordevii 
be puldished ooee a week tor four successive we^,t 



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Virginia Beach Sun, June 16, 1976-B-9 



JUSnoM tatUs city. 

faCwtBir — ^ : — -r-- — 

CfetrtM W. Hawks, Jr. p.q. * , 

C^rlu W. Hawlu, Jr. 
BiVkttHtvks 
P90. Bofc996 
Mrtamdltb, Vtrginifi 2370S 

■3afc»/ M, 6/1, t/9. 6/16 4t 

•,,, III I ^-••mm^m t i i i i 

NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

TlM Viiflnla Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will cooduet 
>t PobUc Haarlni on Wednesday, July 7, 1976, at7.S0 
PJI. In Ite Circuit Court Room «6, CtfyHaUi Virginia 
BMCk, Viif inla. The following qipllcations will vpear 
00 the agsada. 

n.EASE MAKE NOTE OF THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

1. QMerred June 2, 1976). Clyde Absalom by James 
E. JanI reqmats a variance to allow ptricing in the 
rwoind seOkck from a street where intiliiblted (Shote 
Mve, Red Tide Road and Ebb Tide Road) and to waive 
the required laadscmdog In the setback on Lots 15, 
16, 17, IS. 19, * 20, Block F, Lynnhaven Park, Shore 
Drive between Red Tide and Ebb Tide Roads. Lynn- 
htvan Boreafh. 

I. Fala CcHiMxratioii by E. B. Liadsley. Jr. requests 
a'variaaet to move a nonconforming UlHioard in order 
tB oOBform wtUr Federtl regidatkms of 300 feel s«ara- 
tUa tartweea billboards on a Pared, Block D, Lymuaven 
anrei. Shore Drive and Vista Circle. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ds^> 

3. Peter D. and Sandra K. Nixon request k variance of 
2 fMt in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
toot fMwe as allowed (east property Um) oo Lots 10 
nd 12. BlDd( 51, ShadowUwn Heights, 710 10th Street. 
Vltftala Beach Borough. 

4. G. L. Harrington requests a variance to allow park* 
lag in tl» iwqiured 25 foot front yard seUwek, where 
■mhibited and to waive the required laads clpln g on 
UHm 5,6J, a I, Block 45, Euclid Place, Jersey Avenue. 
JIayslde B(ntmrii. 

3. Osorn, W. Price, Jr. requests a variance of 6 feet 
to a 4 not side yard setback instead of 10 feet as re- 
qdirad (ettt property line) on Lot 141, tlie HolUes, 
S04 41th Street VirglaU Beach Borough. 
I. tb*. and Mrs. J. y. Frost by H. M. HuUog, Heritage 
Group, Ine. request a variance of 2.5 feet to « 7.5 
Mt M»:jui setback Instead of 10 feet u required 
(west propMty Une-flrepUee) on Lot 24, Chelsea, 1788 
Upper Chelsek Reach. Lynnhaven Borough. 
T. E. C. Bruce by Am Construction Corporation re- 
quests a variance of 20 leet to a SO toot front yard 
setback instead of 50 feet as required of Lot 2$, Block 
1, Sandbridge Beach, Sandflddler Rdad. Princess Anne 
Borough. 

8. Waller Roberts by ABM CoostrucUoo Corporation 
requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front yard 
setback Instead of SO feet as required of Lot 3. Tract 
B, Section 1, Sandbridge Beach, South Saodfiddler Road. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

9. Robert L. Brltt requests a variance of 5 feet to a 
5 toot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as reqaired 
and to allow a 47% lot coverage Instead of a 40% lot 
coverage as allowed on Lot B, Block 68, Shadowlawn 
Hel^, Carolina Avenue. Viiflnia Beach Borough. 

10. R. R. Heath requests a variance of 4feettoa6 
tDht side yud setback instead of 10 fset m required 

8»st property line) on Lot 4, Block 57, Ocean Park, 
76 Jefferson Boulevard. Bayside Borough. 
,«J1. Dr. Robert S. Neff requests a variance to allow 
^ fMt in fence height to a 10 foot foiee instead of an 
8 foot fftttce as allowed (tennis court) on Lot 1, Witch- 
di|di Point, 1200 Lawrence Grey Drive. Bayside Bor- 

rsMnsd setback fnm » stre* wheiw praUUted on 
lSS20 and 21, Blodi 43, Euclid Place. Southgate Ave- 
nue and aeveliirf Street. Bayside Borough. 

13. A V Associates requesU a variance to aUow park- 
im In the reqaired 25 foot setback from VUdng Drive 
wh«re prohibited on Parcel 10, Oceana Indnstrid Park, 
Avenger Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

14. Paul J. Karaeras In Henry H. Richardson m re- 
qoests a variance of 15 feet to a 35 toot front yard 
setback testead of 50 toet as reqaired on Parcel C, 
Section B, Princess Anne Hills Park. Discovery Road. 
Urudttvea Borough. 

15. Terrance L. and Maria L Bowhois requests a var- 
iance of 3 feet to a 27 foot front yard settwck Instead 
irf a 30 foot setbadt as required of Lot 46, Block 37. 
4813 PeachcreA LaM, Aragooa Village. Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD 

W. L. Towers 

Secretary 

VBS-6/16. 6/23 2t 



mmCE TO THE PUBUC 

The Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
meeting held la Richmond. VirgiaU. on May 7, 1976. 
adopted the tollowing amended or new regulations par- 
^oaat to SectiODs 29-125.^ 29-126 and 2S-»7 of the Code 
of Virginia, to become eOiectlve July 1. 1911. 

CHAPTER 8. Bear. 

R3-6.1. Immediately upon kllllag a bear, any person 
exempt from license requirement u prescribed in See- 
tkm 29-52 of the Code of Virginia, or issued a eoo- 
plimeidary license as prescribed In Section 29-80 or 
the holder of a permaaeat license issued pursuant 
to Sectloa 29-52 (3) shall present the carcass of his 
Ull to aa authorised dMHBkiag station or to any appro- 
priate represeirtative of tte Commission In the ooiuty 
or adjolttig county in irtiieh Oe bear was killed. At 
such time, the person shall be given an official game 
tag funddiad by the Comodsslon, which tag shall be 
securely attached to the carcass. 

CHAPTER 5.1. Crow. 

R5.1-1. It shall be lawful to hunt crow on Wednesday. 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday H each we* from Aogot 
1 through the last day in February, boUi dates inclusive. 

CHAPTER 6. Deer. 

R6-2. ItdttUbelawfiatotaatdeerontheUiirdMoaday 
In ItoveaAer and tor eleven consecaUve hunting days 
dollowlag tai the cooaties west ol the Blue Ridge Moua- 
taias, la the couaties of Amherst (w«st <tf U.S. Rode 
29), Bettad. CampbeU (west of SoaOem Railroad). 
FrattUa. Henry, Nrisoa IrnA of lUmte 151), Patridk 
aad PIttsylvaaia (wa^ of Soother* Railroad) aad oo tke 
G. Ri^ard Thompsoa Wildlife Maaagenent Area. 



IS.8. (a-1) In addition to the seasoa provided Ui i 
sectton (a) of thU ncul^lon, it shaU be lawfal to hart 
dfw Witt Ww aid antiw IB all eoaatlit west of tte ttae 
nSge MoHlaias from the Monday fidlowiag the dose 
of ttw ngalar Hrearms seasoa oa dear west ofOe 
Bae RkHe MoaatatauTfluvagk Jaaaary S, boa tUm 
indttsiva. 

(a-l) VotwUistaHnag other provisiaas iA thU 

i llNl)f yjNgSX£''pnSrldsd flnt flwtak- 
. «f SMh dear Is withhi the total daUy aad r 
li« ttitti provided tor dear. 




file ftdlowing commlsslon-owaed lands: Clinch Moun- 
talB Wildlife Managemnrt Area. <Htiirldrt WUdlUeMana- 
gemMt Area, G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Muuge- 
neat Area, Gosbm-LitUe North Mountain Wildlife Mana- 
gemeat Area and oo the Jefferson National Forest, 
north of New River. 

(c) A muEtle-loeding gun tor the purpose of this 
regulation means a single shot flint lock or side lock 
percussion weaptn, torty-five caliber or larger, firing 
a single projedUe loaded from the muzsle of the wea- 
pon aad prilled I9 at least fifty grains of black 
powder. If telescopic sl^ are used, such weapon 
shall aot be deemed to be a mussle-loading gun. 



R18-5. The bag limit for hunting turkeys in all coun- 
ties west of the Blue Ric^e Mountains shall be one a day 
and two a licease year, one of which may be a hen dur- 
ing the tall season. 



R6-5.1. The bag limit for deer shall be one a day and 
two a Ucenaa year, either sex,onCampP««rv Ciieatham 
Annex, Chiaooteagae Natioaal Wildlife Refuge (siua > 
idilte-taUed)< Fwt Eustis, Harry DISmoad Laboratory, 
Lai«ley Air Force Base, Naval Weapons Station, Par- 
ranmw Island aad Presquile Federal National Wild- 
life Reftga. 



R6-5.2. The bag limit tor deer shaU be one a day, two 
a lieeose year, oae of which may be a doe la the coun- 
ttes of Greaasville, Soothamptoa. Surry and Sussex. 



R6-6. prescribing bag limit tor deer, one a day, two 
a licease vear, either sex, last two days In certain 
couaties, cities and areas. Is hereby rescinded. 



R6-6.1. flM bag Umit tot deer shaU be one a day, two 
a licease year, oae of which may be a doe. on the last 
three haaUi^ iuft only, la the Amaties of Aceomadc 



Swept oa CMneateatae XaUonal Wildlife Refuge and 
rranore bland), AUerhiule, Appomattox (except on 
B«dlaghaBt-Ap|iomattox8ta£e,F«r«st), Bucklngbam (ex- 
cept OB BocUinam-AiiMNBattos^Siate Forest and Horse- 
pen Lake WiUUfe Maaagemeat Area), Charles City, Cul- 
peper, Camberlaad (exeept on Cnmberlaad SUteForest), 
Fsirfu, Fu^er (eiOHt on 0- Richard Thompson and 
Rappahanaodc WlldUfo MaBaganent Areas and U. S. 
Marlae Corps Base, Quaatieo), Fluvaaaa (except oa Hard- 
ware River lyUdlife Maaagemeat Area). Goochland, Han- 
over, Hauioo, James City, Lowtoan. Louisa, Luaen- 
barg. Mathews. Mecklenburg, Nelson (east of Route 151), 
New Kent, Noithamptoa, Nottovntv, Orange, Prince Ed- 
ward (exont on Prince Edward State Forest and Briery 
Croekini^ife Managemert Area). PrinceGeorge, Prince 
WiUlam (axeaptoatte U.S. Marine Corps Base, Qoaa- 
tloo. aad bnry Diamoad Laboratory), Ra p pa h a n nock, 
Spotsylvania. Staftord (excqit on the U.8. Marine Corps 
Base. Quaatloo) and in the dties of Chesapeake, Suf- 
tolk and Virginia Beach aad on Fort Pickett. 



R6-7.1. prescribii« beg limit tor deer, one a day, two 
a license year, one of which may be a doe, last six days 
on Fort A. P. HiU impact areas, is hereby rescinded. 



R6-7.2. The bag limit tor deer diall be one aday and 
two a licease year, oae of which may be a doe the last 
huatlM day only la the counties of Amherst (east of 
U.8.1loate 29), CampbeU (east of Southern Railroad), 
Charlotte. Greene, Halifax, Madison, Pittsylvania (east 
of Soothera Railroad exeept White Oak Moortaln WUd- 
Ufe .Maaagemeat Area) tad oa Fwi A. P. MiU (mnlm- 

uSaln-^ibveBattnx ttatemMtlcwberilud^wFor- 
eai. lariaare River Wildlife ktaaagemeot Area. Hm^- 
DM Lake mam Maaagoneat Area, Poeahoolas SUte 
Forest aad Part. Poirtiatan Wildlife Management Area, 
Prince Edward State Forest and Briery Creek Wildlife 
Maaagemeat Area. 



R6-7.3. The bag limit tor deer shall be one a day, 
two a licease year, either sex, on the last six hunting 
days only ia the coudies of AmelU (excqit on Amelia 
WUdllfe Maaagemeat Area) and Powhatan (except on 
Poirtiataa Wihffife Management Area). 



R6-7.4. The bag Umtt for deer shall be ones day, 
two a license year, one of which may be a doe, on the 
last six hnntliv days ody In the cooaties of Brunswidc 
(except on Fort Pidntt). Chesterfidd (cnept on Po- 
cshontas Slate Forest sad Park and Preaqulle Federd 
RelMe), Otawlddle (except oa Fort Pickett), Ide of 
Wi^ and Toric (exeept on Camp Peary, Cheatham An- 
nex and Navd Wei^ons Statton), and in the dUes of 
Hampton (exeqt on Langley Air Force Base), Newport 
News (excnt on Fort Eustis) and on the imped areas 
of Fort A. p7 HiU. 



R6-8. The bag Umit tor deer shaU be one a day, two 
a Uunae year, bud» ody, on the Rappahannock and 
White Oak Monataln WUdUfe Maaagemed Areas. 



R6-9.1. Immedidely upon UUlag a deer, any person 
exempt from Ucense reqdremed u prescribed In Sec- 
tion 29-52 of the Code d Virginia, or iasaed a eom- 
pUmMtary Ucense as pr«wrlbed in Section 29-80 or 
the bolder of a permaned Ucmse Issued pursued to 
Section 29-52 (3) shaU presed the carcass of hU UU 
to an authorixed checking sUtion or to any appropriate 
reimsentative of the Commlssian in the county or ad- 

etadag eouaty la ddch the deer was UUed. At sack 
ne, the penon shaU be given an offldd game tag 
furnished tar the Commission, which tag shaU be se- 
curely attaoed to the carcass. 



R6-11. It ShaU be uBlawid to had deer withdogs in 
the counties of Amherd (wed of U.S. Rode 2m, Bed- 
tord, CampbeU (wed d Sodhera Rdlroad), Fdrfu, 
FraaUia, Henry, Loodoun, Nelson (wed erf Route 151), 
Northaamton, Patrick and Pittsj^vaala (wed d Southern 
RaUroad^ and on tte G. Rkhard Thompson and Rap- 
pahaaarx* WUdife Maaagemed Areas. 



„ CHAFnot IS.l. Pheesaat 

R13.1-3. Imnediatdy upon kUU^ a pheasad, the Ucen- 
see or BMwon exenqit fnm Ucense reqdremed as pn- 
sertted la Sadlan 29-52 d the Code ai VIrgtola. or 
issasd a eoavUmanlary Ucense u jvescribed in Sec- 
tion 29-80 or tte holder d a pormaaed Ucease issued 
paiwad to Section M-52 (3) dtoU i^esed the carcass 
d Us kUl to an adhorted dHddiv statton or to any 
a ppw p daie r e p re s eai BtH » o» tta Comadsstoa ia the 
oonahr w a^ddag «aiity ia wUcii the pheasad was 
kOM. U. sadittM, the pmon shaU be givenan 
ofBdd gafflet«ftirdahadbvthrCenHiMston, wUeh 
tag ShaU be securely atta^ed to the carcass. 



U-% 



I. (a) II ShaU be Uwtol to hod deer with primi- 
- - jsapeas (muxde-lo^g gaas) oa the lad six hud- 
Mg daya prior to tte mokA Moodav in November oa 



CUPTB 18. Tarkiy. 

SIS-C Ths bag Uarii tor hoaUag tatos ia aQ con- 
Uas sad of uieBlBe RU0 MoiSas sWl be one a day, 

two a Ucetse year, bearded turkeys ody. 



R18-6.1. Immediately iq)on klUing a turt^ey, any per- 
son exempt from license requiremwt as prescribed in 
Section 29-52 of the Code d Virginia, or Issued a com- 
plimentary Ucense as prescribed in Section 29-80 
or the holder of a pemiaDed Ucense issued pursuad 
to Section 29-52 (3) shdl presed the carcass d his 
kill to an authorixed checking staUoa or to anyap- 
pn^riate representative d ttw Commission in the 
coudy or adjoining county in which the turiiey was 
killed. At such time, the person shaU be given an offlcid 



CHAPTER 18.1; Falconry. 
(Chi«ter Effective October 1. 1976) 

Rie.1-1. "Raptor" defined.-As used in Uiis chapter, 
"raptor" means and Indudes any Uve hawk (d the 
timily Accidtridae) oUier than a bald eagle (HaUace- 
tus), any Uve fdcon (of Uie fdnUy Fdconldae), aad any 
live great homed owl (Bubo vir^danus); and no other 
species may be taken, held In captivity or used for fd- 
connr by virtue of any permit issued pursuad to this 
chapter. 



R18.1-2. Permtt conditions.— (a) An appUcad tor a per- 
mit to practice fdconry pursuad to Section 29-114.2 
of the Code d Virginia shaU submit to the CommU- 
sion a complded appUcatlon form, provided by the 
commisskw sod approved by the Udted States Fish 
and WUdife Service, including aU required information 
Indcated on such form. 

(b) A permit shaU nd be Issued bdore ap- 
pUcad oas answered correcUy at lead eighty perced 
of Uie questions on a supervised examination provided 
by the Commission and approved by the Udted States 
Fish and WUdUfe Service. 

(c) A permit diaU nd be issued or renewed 
udess applicad has adequate faculties and eqdpmed, 
which slaU have been Inspected and certified by a re- 
presentative d the Commission as meeting federd 
standards sd forth in Subpart C, Part 21, Chapter I 
of Title 50, Code of Federd Regulations. 



R18.1-3. Classes d permlts.-(a) Apprentice cUss.- 
(1) Permittee shaU be at least fdirteen years old. 

(2) A sponsor who is a hdder of a generd 
or mader falconry permit Is required for the first 
two years in which an qipredice permit is held, re- 
gardless d the age of the permltee. A sponsor may 
nd have more than three apprentices at any one time. 

(3) Permittee shaU nd possess more than one 
raptor and may not obtain more ^an (me raptor for 
r^acemed during any twdve-monOi period. 

(4) Permittee shdl possess ody an American 
kedrel (Fdco spanrerius), a red-taUed hawk (Buteo 
Jamuccnsis), or a red-shouldered hawk (BdeoUneatus). 

(b) Generd class. ~(1) Permittee shaU be d 
lead dgmeen years old. 

(2) Permittee shaU have at lead two years 
experience in the practice of fdconry at the appren- 
tice level or its eqdvded. 

(3) Permittee may not possess more than two 
raptors ana may nd obtain more than two raptors for 
refdacemed birds during any twelve-month period. 

(4) Permittee may nd take, transport, or pos- 
sess any golden eagle or any spedes Uded as threatened 
or eutangered in federd regulations pubUshed pnr- 
e«aM4e«k ttilaager«»«Mdes Ad d 1V», 

(c) Mader e]ass."(l) Permittee ahaU have at 
lead five years oqMrience in the practice of fdconry 
at the geaerd dass levd or its eqdvded. 

(2) Permittee may nd obtain more than two 
raptors for replacemed birds daring any twelve-month 
period. 

(3) Permittee may nd take, transport or pos- 
sess any golden eagle tor fdconry purposes udess 
adhorised in writing by the Commission and the Ud- 
ted SUtes Fidi and Wildlife Service, and may nd take, 
transport or possess any species Uded as endangered 
In federd regdations published pursuad to the En- 
dangered Spedes Ad or udess similarly authorised 
in writing to do so. 

(4) Permittee may nd take, transport, or poss- 
ess more than one raptor Uded as threatened ia federd 
regulations pdOished pursuad to the Endangered Spec- 
ies Ad of 1973, and then ody with written approvd 
by ttie Commission and the Udted SUtes Fish and WUd- 
Ufe Service. 



R18.1-4. Traaqiortation and temporary holding. -A rap- 
tor Buy be transported or held in temporary faculties 
which shaU be provided with an aitoquate perch and pro- 
teded from edreme temperatures and excessive dis- 
turbance, for a period nd to exceed thirty days. 



R18.1-5. Marking.— (a) An invatory report shaU be made 
to the Commission within ninety days d the effedlve 
date of this chaiiter (October 1, 1976) indicating numbers 
and descriptions of dl raptors held In captivity, except 
those held for scientific or coologicd purposes, re- 
gardless d whether the owners of such raptors idend 
to submit an application tor a fdconry permit pur- 
suad to thMfe regulations. 

(b) No raptor nuy be lawfdly acquired after 
tiM invedory report required by (a), above. Is submitted 
udess the person acquiring the raptor flrd obtains a 
marker from tiie Udted States Fish and WUdUfe Ser- 
vice and attaches it to the rqitor Immediately upon 
acquisition. 

(c) tt shaU be udawfd for any person to 
alter, couunrfeit or ddace a raptor marker furdshed 
by Uie Udted States Fish and WUdUfe Service, except 
Uid fdconry permittees may remove Uw rear tab on 
markers fBraUhed, and may smooth say Imperfed 
surface provided the integrity of the marker and num- 
bering are nd affeded. 

R18.1-6. Tdcii« d raptors.-(a) Young Urds nd yd 
capaUe d fl^ (eyases) may be taken ody by a generd 
w mader fatooaer, aad no more than two such birds 
may be taken byUie same permitteeduriag any one cden- 
dar year. The c^wn seasoa for iaUag such birds Is 
May 1 through June 30 d each year ody. 

(b) IB addition, there shaU be an open seasoa 
tor taUag fird-year (passage) Urds from Augad 4 
through NovMBber 30 d eadi year ody, except Uid 
nmrked raptwa may be retr^^ed d any time. 

(e) Ody American kestrels aad great-homed 
owls may be taken under a fdconry permit when over 
one year old, except thd any rqitor other than an ea- 
daagered or thredened qiecies taken nder a depreda- 
tion (or 9edd purpose) permtt may be used for 
fdconry by generd and mader fdconers. 



18.1-7. Other redricttons.— (a) A person who possess- 
es a lawfully acquired nptor before the enadmed d 
these regdations and who tolls to med tte permit 
raqdremeata shaU be allowed to retato the raptors. 
AD sud Urte ShaU be ideatifted wtth markers sqidied 
by tte Udted States Fish aad WlldUto SMYleeaad cand 
be rsptaeed tf de^ hiss, rdoasa, or neape ocean, 
(b) A persoa who poa aa iees nptors before 
the e^tmed d ttese rsgakttaiB, In axeess d the 
amber allowed under Ms clan pandt, AaO ha altowad 
to retaia the axtra rotors. iUl saeh Mrds AaUbe 
ktanUflad wtth amrfeen swpliad by the Ui«ed States 
Fidi aad Wildlife tartee and no r ^ tac e tt ed eu oc- 
cnr, aor amy aa additioaal raptor be obtdaed, udU 
the aumber in .poasas^m ta d lead one 1ms thaa tte 



totd number authorized by the class of permit hehl 
l>y the permittee. 

(c) A falconry permU bolder shall obtain writ- 
ten adkonzdlon from we Commission before any species 
Bd iadigenous to Virginia Is intentionally released to 
the wild, at wUch time the marker from the released 
bird shdl be removed and surrendered to the Commis- 
sion. The marker from an intentionally released bird 
which is indigenous shaU also be removed and surrender- 
ed to the Commission. A dandard federal bird band 
ShaU be attached to such birds by a State or Udted 
States Fish and Wildlife Service authorized federd bird 
bander whenever possible. 

(d) Another person may care for the birds d 
a permittee if written adborisatlon from the permittee 
aecompaaies tte Urds when Uwy are transferred; pro- 
vided, that if tte period of care wiU exceed ttirty days, 
the Commission shall be idormed in writing by the 
permittee or this action within ttreedays d Uie trans- 
fer and idormed where the birds are being held, the 
reason for tte transfer, who is caring for ttem, and 
approximately how many days they wiU be in the care 
of ttie second person. 

(e) Featters that are molted or those featters 
from birds held in capUvUy that die, may be retained 
and exchanged by permittees ody for imping purposes. 



R18.1-8. Seasd) for falconry huding.— It shaU be taw- 
ful to hud non-migratory game birds and game admds 
with fdcons from October 1 through March 31, both 
dates Induslve. 



R18.1-9. Reports by permtt holders; inspedions.- 
Holders of permtts issued under Code of Virgida 
Section 29-114.2 to permit tte taking, trapping, holdng, 
transportation, carriage and sUpmed of live fdcons, 
imwks and owls shaU rqwrt to the Commission by Jdy 
, 31 d each year, tiding: (1) AU raptors in possession 
on June 30 preceding, by species, marker numbers, 
sex (U known), age (if known), and date and where 
or from whom acqdred; and (2) all raptors possessed 
or acqdred at any time since the previous annual report 
bd no longer possessed, by species, marker numbers, 
sex (If known), age (if known), date and where or from 
whom acquired or given to, whetter escaped, ded or 
released, and when event occurred. 

CHAPTER 28. Permlta. 

R22-2.I, prescribing the report and inspection of holders 
of permits for the taking, holding, dc, of falcons, 
hawks and owls for use to hunt wUd game, is hereby 
rescinded. 



R22-13. Any person, upon appUcation to a game warden 
and the presentation of a medical doctor's written 
statemed ttiat such person is permanentiy unabletowaUi 
or is otterwise permanently physically disabled to tte 
vAoA he or she cannd sdely hunt exeept from a vehi- 
cle, may in the discretion of such game warden be us- 
sued a permit to shoot wild birds and wildadmals 
from a stationary vehicle during estabUshed open hud- 
ing seasons and in accordance witt otter existing laws 
and regulations; except tiiat deer d eitter sex wiU 
be lepl where deer huding is permitted. Such permtt 
wiU be tasued on a form provided by tte Commtasion, 
and may adhorixe shooting from a stationary veUcle 
nd less ttian ttree hundred fed from nor across any 
pubUc road or highway, and ody when tte bearer ta 
properly Ucensed to hud. 

CHAPTER 23. Fishi^ Generdly. 

R23-4. It dtaU be udi^l to sell, offer for sale or 
buy any spedes d frediwater game fish or catfish, 
provided that ttis shaU nd apply to game fish sold 
pursuad to Code of Virgida Section 29-114.1 or to 
RM-12 and R24-13 or to any catfish taken from tide- 
wder or ttose artificiaUy rdsed. 

CHAPTER 27. Minnows, Hellgrammltes andGrayflsk. 

R27-1. (a) "Minnow had seine," as used in tUs regda- 
tton, when used in tte pubUc inland waters above where 
the tide ebbs and flows shdl mean a had seine nd 
eneedlng four fed in doitt by fourteen fed In lengtt 
and dien used ta the public inland waters below where 
the tide ebbs and flows shaU mean a had seine nd 
exceeding four feet in depth by one hundred fed ta 
lengtt. Mch term shaU be constraed dso to Include 
umbnUa tjva neta withod Umtt as to dse^andalae- 
smaU minnow traps. 



R27-2. Minnows may be taken from the pubUc inland 
waters by any person for private use as bait and nd 
for sde Witt a minnow had setae nd exceeding four 
fed ta deptt by fourteen fed ta lengtt or by an umbrelta 
type nd nd exceeding five by five fed or five feet ta 
dtamdw and witt smaU miniMiw traps. No permtt shaU 
be reqdred for taking minnows for private use. 

CHAPTER 89. Motorboat Numberiag. 

R29-4. The numbers assigned for a mdorboat shaU be 
paided on or attached to each side of the forward 
half d tte vessel to wUch issued ta such a position 
u to provide clear legiblUty for identification; provided, 
that on vessels so configured that a number on the hdl 
or superstructure would not be easily vislUe, the num- 
ber mud be paided on or attached to a backing date 
that ta attached to tte forward half of tte vessel so 
thd the number is risible from each side d tte ves- 
sel. The numbers shaU read from left to right and shaU 
be in block charaders d good pnvortion not less than 
ttree inches ta heigM. The numbers shaU be a color 
wUch wUl codrast witt tte color of tte background 
and so malntataed as to be clearly vtaible and legible; 
l.e., dark numbers on a ligd background or ligM num- 
bers on a dark background. 



R29-5. Whenever a mdortxnt for wUch there exista 
a certificate of number changes ownersMp, the setter 
ShaU report such transfer to the Commission on a form 
provided by tte Commission, accompoded by that exid- 
ing certificate of number. The holder of a certificate 
d number shall notiff tbe Commtadon wttUn fifteen 
days d the tteft or recovery d a vessel, or loss or 
dedrudion d a vdid certificate d number. 



R29-7. A certificate d number shdl be tavdid: 

(1) When tbe vessel ta documeded, or reqdred to 
be documeded; or 

(2) Staly days after tte vessel ta no longer inlacl- 
paUy used ta the State by wUeh tte certificate waa. 
tasaed;or 

(3) The owner loses Us iderest ta the vessel 
through legd process; or 

(4) The certificate d number ta cancelled aad re- 
eaUed Iqr the Ccmmlsslon pursuad to Section 62.1-170 
(a) of tke Code of Virgida. 

Whan a certificate d immber becomes lavaUd for 
any reason tte persoa whose name appears oa the cer- 
tificate as owner shdl remove tte numters from tte 
vessd, and, wttbta fifteen days, surrender tte tavalid 
^iflcde to tte Commlssim. 

I.I'..:- 

osmamam of game and inland fisheries 

Ddphhys, Chairman 

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Loviac Cat b-M to loving 
bom*. li9M than 1 year 
old. Good with children. 
Call 428-S015 altar 6:|io 



4 FLUFFT little klttau 
art waiting for a loving 
new owner. Call M7-ml 
Hjrttffle. 



3 KITTENS - Clmrchland 
ana. e weAs oId.Oneg«dd 
and two tahbjr. CaU 4M- 

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UTTENS - cat*, iMdIlO, 
and FHEE CALL 4CI-6N7 



FREE Uttau. S wMk*(M. 
Call afiiarSpm. 421- 14S6 



nTTEMS, Z gray, lemale. 
Give away. Call 4S4-42S2 



PUPPIES - 2 Hide and 2 
Female. GreatBrldgearea. 
CaU S4V2i06. 



S CAUCO kittens need a 
good home. Call after S 
fm 484-4*95. 



FEMALE poodU, 4 years 
oU. Oarcoal with white 
atripe in chest. 4M - 5S41 



KITTENS-iree to a good 
iMme. Two UaA * one 
gray and Uack. 42S-7SU. 



4 nrmts * nana, bm- 

utiful Persian type. Iwarin 
old. Call 412- 1(04 after 
•.SO pm. 



POODLE mlaiatare, whtte, 
■ale, dBwn'tlikedrildreo. 
Adaoxlmately S yMraoU. 
Call 547- IMS alter S p.m. 



SEVERAL grown cats, all 
netfored. Free to a good 
home Cburchland Call 
anytime «4-S4l>. 



WRlTt Penian . eat. Or- 
ai^ eyes. Dedawad and 
spnyad. Free to a good 
home. CaU 421-3602. 



PUPPIES - Part German 
Sh^phard. ( weeks old. 
Male and {enmle. CALL 
412-3410 after 5 p.m. 



ITTENS, Z male, • weeks 
oM. Free to a good home. 
CaU4M-M44 



PERSIAM eat - gray iree, 
call 422-0100. 



2 yr. Old Gray A White 
female cat. Good mooaer. 
CALL 421-9567 



T(ffilC8IIIRE Terrter, 
grown, registered) neuter- 
ed, needs a eonde to 
love Mm. No small chil- 
dren prdterred. Call 422- 
S2S2. 



KfTTEMS-Free, some are 
flooy and one gray str^^ied 
male a year oU. 6:11 420- 
5542 



HTTENS-Free to a good 
home. Gray A white and 
Uack A white. Male A fe- 
male. CALL 421-9567. 



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Boat trailer to acoom - 
modate 16 AmI boat. Tia- 
dem aile preferred. Call 
499-6042 belbre 5 and ask 
torAl. 



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The Cigarette House 

Moyock, N. C. 

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that is alivo with local ovants 
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KlTTBe-AdoraUe. 7 
weeks eld. Jollff Road area. 
CALL 01-7065 (lor Mrs. 
Slmmotts) 



BLACK male eat-1 year 
•Id- hoase broken - give 
away. Call 422-2446. 



CAT-TABBY-PESSIAN - 
Yellow A WUie. male, 4 
years tU: Reeds a good 
home with noehiMren.Call 
463-VI44. 



KITTENS - 4, aU male, 
7 weeks old. CaU after 4:30 
p.m. or all day week-ends 
462-3162. 



6 KITTENS-7 weeks old. 
.Hal* and female. 3 are 
part akmease. CALL 583- 
1421 (for Terry Hembron- 
gb, 226 Dominion Ave., 



Norfott, Vs.) 



American Eskimo Spits- 
one year oM. Free to good 
borne. 497-6941. 



GERMAN Shepherd 6 month 
Female aU aboU. Free to 
a good borne 464-9216 any- 
time. 



LOVABLE kittens Free to 
a good home. Call 543- 
3981. 



Free 7 mo. old puppy. 
Needs good home with 
young children. Should 
have feaced yard. Super- 
frisky mutt. CaU466-3430 
during working hours. 



BLACK A WHITE male 
cat. One year old and good 
with children. Call 486- 
0014. 



Kitten, black Female and 
adoraUe. Call M4-1947. 



FREE kitten to a good 
home. BUek A white with 
short haJr 9 weeks old. 
Call in eveninga-464-6850. 



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Invito a down to your next 
Miia i a yi^ Jtsni^ et pre-< 
DOiotipa. Clowu available 
for all ocouions. Call 
Clowns A Saatas, 567 - 
S697. 



PIANO tuning and repair. 
Player pianos also re - 
paired. Old piano dapecia- 
Uty 



CaU 486-5016 




Music Radio 
Fi\A 92 

Mf/ier e th9 sumnmr fun has lust begun. 

This coupon wili admit you 

to Ocean view Amusement 

Park for M less than 

anyone else 



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IIJ* dip RiOILAR AU. OAT |4.00 RIDE PASS AT 
OCEAM VIEW AldnCMERT PARK 



2 - »edal Wetteea 

THE CHURCH OF GOD, 
2200 atringtield Ave^ Nor- 
folk, twching NEW TEST- 
AMENT JUDMSM. CaU 
543-7619. 

REDUCE safe A lut with 
Gt^aese TaWi4ii A E-Vap 
"«rter pUla." Murden 
Drag. 



NICK'S POtnr RIDK-HiU- 
top PtaHi, Laritbt Road, 
Tliglala Aeack. IWarday . 
andSnadaya l:pBtiUdarii. 
Catt ^-«67. 

LITTLE Leagoen, Aw- 

ebes, orgi^iaUgns •- 

lotAing for fond-raisers? 
CaU na. Higk profit, ex- 
eelleot vaHaty, some it- 
ems suitable for Fiber's 
Day. 464-5640. 



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PLEASE help me, I'm lost 
I am a big gre« parrot 
with a red area on my 
bead, tt yon nee me.idease 
caU my owner. 462-3041 
I'm in the Gretf Briege 
area. 
I'm in the Grwtt Bridge 



6 - AatomoMl^ for lale 



FORD-Broneo, 1974, 4 
wheel drive, V>, AM - FM 
6 track stereo, power 
steering, eiceUeat eoaiH- 
tion, low mUeage, $3900. 
CALL 657-1091 

66-PONTUC - BconevUle, 
4 door, hsrdtoft, auto, tran- 
smission, power steering, 
power iMakes, power win- 
dows, air cooditioQiBg, AM 
A FM radio-stereo, excel- 
lent eondttioB. 1850. 462- 
1043. 



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Large aelectioi of need 
Volkswagena, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
guaranteed. BankftnanrJng 
credit approved bypiame. 
VICTCm VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
397-1216. 



FORD VAN-1975-351-V2, 
automatic transmission, 
power brakes, cudom, 
captains chairs . AM-FM- 
6 track, Craiar wheels, 
cMstomiaed wtta hniltinice 
box and 12 vott presaare 
water system wlu camp- 
ing book'Hpe. Teak wood 
ttttt. 14,990.00 CALL 
482-2542 

1971 - CHEVY VAN -. Rwti 
iKaap-2 A/C. reMgwator, 
stofe, sink, sleeps foor. 
Ex«Uent eoodttion. CaU 
422-4403 after 6 p.m. 




JHRIS - CRAFT Ciwroafl j. 
(.er ^rts FiaMrmja-SHfrjirt 
i»70-FlyHg BrUge- Twja -,,,; 
300 H. P. - OrtrlHeM-^uH 
FlaWng Chalra-TiimTahir , ► ; 
Co?p6,fl0B-Srtl orTrade _ . 
925,000. CALL 429-062r 



Independent BusinMsman 
needs fuU or part-time 



kelp. Only 
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men or women need 
iwpiire. 4»>-0977. 




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QUARANTEEO 

No experience necessary 
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tasiness Han's Massaxe 
A HealUi Sfk. 628-904r 
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TtaUers and Ma<*lBery..''-> 
Free Estlmtes. WWte r- -" 
har^, Blassin^m Cotpr, .' 
4M W. 24tb St., Norfolk, 
Ur-2396 



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WOSKOKi Sbiv Foreman, 
47 1/2 how woric «e*k. 
New bcUfties, etea shop. 
Mast be experienced in 
farm msehiiMry ta4 truck 
r^ialrs. High teboU edue- 
atidn, good pny, vacation. 
boqiMal insurance avaUa- 
tde. See Mr. Goddwia, 
Goodwin Eiiu^Nnaal Co., 
UllArmory Dr., Franklin 
Va. 



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ADVBRTISNG Salesper'-' 
aon needed tor growing 
Tidewtfer newqmper or- 
ganisation. ExperieiKees- .; 
sMIal. Conr and kyovt ;. 
tnvrived. ExeeUent vwxt- \ 
tmSei for srif-atarter wHli.:Vi S 
ideas ts'weik Dttl D^„i,l S 
anm snpervlsieH. If yWii 1 
qnalify, please aawl rer>.' \ 
same to Mr. Ken Cnrlqr -^ \ 
Bytfly PdUcntiens. P. U. k.t \ 
Bex 1127, Omapetke, Vak^-.. -, 
22220. All reidiea stricUpu' \ 
eoriidertial. ...u <! 

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SQtVICE MAMACEK for . • \ 
growing compnny speci«>-.>., { 
Using ta track w|iilpmaptr<..<> » 
and hydrai^cs on Eait-cs: I 
era Shore, Haryland..Taka»:^ > 
charge Individual needed, t 
Paid bnUdayaandvacatlp9§.,,giv<^ 
Ufo innranee, hoapMiUs- 
atiott, and nnlforma. SflT—'** 
an 113,000 plus. Com - I 
mensurate with abiUty . Re- i 
ply Vtrgiaia Beadi Sun, 
CUuified Box «473, 138 
Roaemount Rd., Virgin- 
te Beach, Va. 23452. 4 



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CHRISTIAN coivle or per- 
son to help me with grow- 
ing business, great future 
rewards, cali 497-4511 (V) 



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lent Income Call 461-1196 



CLASSIFIED ADVBRItt- 
QiC aalea poritlim^tt^tar.. 
erly P«d>UeatloM '(Tli '~ 
ia Beach Sui, Chen 
Post, Tidemter 
Mast have food I 
peraonallty aadtyptaitl 
tty. RespouMde , 
with advancenent 
tuBtty foranresM 
atarter. CaS Mrs. sms*'** 
«iis, S47-«71, foragpliej^-; 
tion aadlntn-vlew. 




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$140 Week 
salary. Ifo 
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POEHS MANT€D 

The VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF POHS 
is connjlllng a book of poems. 
If you have written a poem 
and vrould Hke our selection 
comnittee to consider It for 
publication, send your poem 
and a self -addressed stamped 
envelope to: 

VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF POETS 
2317 West Broad Jt. 
Richmond. Virginia 23220 



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Go» CoiDniinity t-unlt 
oCfsri wvaM^er prtss. 
fhree-dar *e*: Tws - 
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3S tour avtnge, AiU (ay. 
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Tidewater Rms, FraA - 
Uq, y«. Z3tSl. Teleptone 
S62-S1I7. 



RECEPTIONIST wanted. 
Ko nnerteoee neceiaary. 
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ta iUi arM: me^wmam, 
atodents. No eqierleKe 
leeMary; irtoWoc A ad- 
dresalag Mtelqpes (conir 
aiiMlea uUlers). Ears 
qtaretiine mmfj at bcmie. 
$100.00 weeUj posslt)l«, 
SCND$1.00<reMiM»ie}A 
a hmg, itamped, address- 
ed emrekM for details; 
PPS^3SZ,n« Jackson MIZ 



MAHvrAcmuiiG BormamoR wanted 
m HMnNEsy KmmED 

MaUiM M fMT old 4MnMaatloa oflera ctfalyst used 
to MHdUtaivMX CEEn) ia A«wl» (ai i» private 
WMtvnda^ ttnw^oot tto *wU. rradnet la e<dqr- 
law Ud tt it lot a Mrftee awtUf. tt peii^r^s new 
or Md oncrete oaiBf the ver; datriBanai htoll bow 
ta IN eMcrtlt itwut to ettod i«teri^<oitfii(, rtq*- 
ntff ir in^ttv.eruMiiitaadlBcreaseatcoslieMreiigtt 
IliK^fiftC Hinbw for^0Y> U NM.«)044-2M1, tt 
rilHlitaa «D0 Wn SOKTmJTE. TMB MATraiAL 
HAftJOM FOUND to BE THE ONLY RKWUCT "nAT 
WIU. DO tSBJm TO mCR ITHASBEBt APPLIED', 
fndiet to to dMsaad Iqr toA^ry, sdnote, auolci- 
uliUM, lie. Jlo .JUWAtaerr need to MFC, Just nix 
u^N^traoMdMS nrott! PtaM Ricbard Hardy, 714- 
m4»S or wrtte Attall Sedaetton Co., 660M PlerMO 
Uv&, DMait Hot ^to(s, Ca. KSW. 



CONSTRUCTWN 
SUPERINTENDENT 

For Bolti-laniily project 
loaded ta Portsmootb. 
Most be fully qnallfled ia 
all leases o( molti-tamUy 
conatraetloB aad otpaUeof 
eutyiat job frwiatartto 
tiaith. Start imraediately 
Send comiriete resume of 
exwrieace and salary re- 
(|dnni«ita to: Mr. Sli^ 
VMtoey, P.O. Box 4171, 
RouMke, ?lntoto, M015. 
An Equal Opportnity En- 
ptoyer. 



EXPERIENCED child care 
in my bome for wotting 
rootbera. Lots oi love, to- 
dividual attantloii, play- 
mates and r^asooable. Call 
4M<6428. 

^mi-retired person wenld 
Uto (ardwvorit. Call aftM- 
4p.m.5«'6iOT. 



ll-BwrinmCtportarily 



WANTED DWritiitors. 
Part-time lor syittetic en- 
gine oil; CaU 4^1350. 

OPPORTUNITY for amM- 
tious pewto. Ito^wr own 
distrto««)t#^ ]Wt-ttn«. 
Ei^ tooM» Md proOt 
ibarU)|. Fb»e tor appoW- 
roert . 4t7^5B55. 

PART T«»e salM repne- 
sentatlwytor Sntketic eU 
t Lubrieairts. CALL 420- 
3350 

Braiaeta OgfmtaMf. Be 
KMT 1^ taosa,^ tor a $10 
iBvestmaat. Pnffito d^y. 
4M-0UZ. 



BABYSTTING-lly bome, 
Uirge feeced to yard: Ideal 
for ' worUnc motter. . 
Hunters Point area. CALL 
413-1391 



Cbu-ddand Area -WIU 
babf^ to my bcme. Ptoy 
area, meato, matore wo- 
■aa, Scaaaaalile, CaU 
4M-t>S4. 



Marge, 




r 



HAPPY 
\BmTHDAY 

FROMALLOFM. 



SAY WHAT! 



f 

Stott to(U9 
A traveliw job 
United Sues Aasoci^ku 
can place 10 amotions, 
personable young gato- 
guya over 17 free to tra- 
vel naoti areas and 
major ^tmettoos coast to 
coast. (MEET THE PEO- 
PLE PROCHUM) A co-ed 
group engaged to sales 
promotion. Graat Job, 
great benettts, great 
mone y and lots of fun. 
See Mr. Frank Warner, 
SaB(toiper Motor Apart- 
meids, IZth Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach. CaU 423-1432. 



II - LocallastnMtteB j^aaaM 



-WESTERN RHKNG ffi- 
STRUCnONr SnnU das- 
aea. Goodbuvea.toeqwn- 
sive. MiHiitac, altonKWA 
aad evenlog classes. Stort- 
ll« somTcALL 426-2774 
or 49 7-3060 

■VACATION S^pecial -Pto- 
no leasom tor iMgiiaiers 
tUs sanuner to rua Jdy 
S - Aupst 27. Jut 125. 
total lor lessons aad books 
Henrifidds - Rnae 4M- 



STAINLESS cookware. Hew 
19 piece sat. Lifetime 
guarantee. Jtait tour tonU 
at this tow I224.9S. Cash, 
charge, or lay-away irtan. 
Call 4*4-5640. 



COUCH-I 1/2 ft., beige 
att dttog ^Ir. ExMUent 
eondttios. |125. Call 421- 
9614 

CABPET-Uscd, wool, U|tt 
gf««i, wongft for Uvtog 
roM, 4ln^t« room aad 
fMw. VWyiMdcaadtttoB, 
CaU399r6M4 

AMANA - R^rigerator- 
Pceeaer. Fre^ hokla 
26$ pda., afseaito and to 
eu^lett e«««tioa. CaU 
462-4371. 

SIBGLBt^ OU Stove - 
qnlgtt, ^ed cooditioa 
3110.00. CaU S47-6218 
S47-S5t5 after, S p.m. 

OLD FURNITURE Idealtor 
porch. Three easy chairs, 
two end duOrs, tabto and 
low idmirt, ItartNqae griU 
two attracttve iaUe lamps, 
aU tor $100. Odl Bob at 
M7-4571 or 4I6-S480. 

I I II . 1 f I ■■■ 

MAGNAVOX borne entor- 
tainmert canter toclades 
AM/FM radio, reetntl ■ 
ptayer aad BAV 21" TV 
with food ptetne needing 
tuwr ailjuteeal, $90. Al- 
so, brand new 12' BAW 
portable TV, »50. Reel - 
to^recA tape reeonter,|40. 
CaU B(A at S47-4571 or 
496-3430. 

AUt-Condittoner—Fed - 
ders, U.OOO &T.U. 's, 
wood panel toMA, excel- 
lent condition. flSO. CaU 
$47-lS(«. 

Large pool tables for sale. 
Can be seen at pool room 
on ITtti St. Va. Beach 



F(MIK LIFT-W74-ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
2S. Laml f^ietty 2300 
Uia. propgBe«d, 190 hrs., 
Ui» new. '$T,100. CALL 
421-37*0 



raiot Addreasogrqili-toir 
donditlan, taatadatsb^- 
vea, drawers, MOltooeUa. 
Ideal tor smaU businesa, 
dwreh, or idvtc groua 
1200. or bwt Mfer. Cair 
S47-«71. . 



«1 • Re«>H Pttvarty torlnto 



HOUDAY kland, N. C. - 
Camping tot 40s1(tt., wa- 
ter, etoctric on tot. Ctoa- 
Md, twed aad driia-war. 
$2,800: CaU 464-W95. 



L^ tor Sale 



M-nrlatoVa. 



OLD DONATIOH 
Castom bride niieb, 4 
badnoms, 2 l^taths, 2 
fli^aeas, bun dsn and 
Utdwn, caiii^fagttvM^- 
ont indadlng serecMd por- 
ch overlooking lake. CaU 
499-S334. 

CEOARWOOD-3 bedroom, 
aU: appUaneea, sua deck, 
liaeing, tow aanunptioa oa 
TS/H loan. Hpm $SZ4 
a Bonth. CaU 4M-$1I0 



QEORQETOWN 

HOME aTES FOR SALE 

tor 

Pe<^e piaaniag Homes 

A Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE... 

333 Providence Rd. 

Call 464-0317 



MEET OUR CLASSIFIED ADVISOR 



11 



61 -For Sale 



lbM(»(»AllT 

4 Bednxm-S Bril«,l«r)K| 
ooEraer lot, oealralair. As- 
sume or ceavenUonal. CaU 
S40'-2246 after 6 P.M. NO 
ASENTS 



DiSTRUCTKai CLASSES 
Nurses Aides -OtdwUes- 
OOi liU Medical Tnlntng 
SehOcA, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



21-Garage 



GREAT BIUDGE-OfulUple 
bmUy)-101 AAtoy Bd, 
comer of Mt. naasantHd., 
hm U A 19«(> a.m.- 6 
p.m.), dinaette set, bed- 
room suite, toa^er ovea, 
drapes, ete. 



iOTSOFROOM 



Ptaia araaHkv owner - 5 
tMUDom-t 1/2 baths. Huge 
20 X 90 paaeUed Re«rca- 
ttoa Room. Over 2,000 k|. 
ft. Central Air ConHttoB- 
tog. Extra large tot. Otter 
toataras. $39,000. CaU 
soon. . .vouknowthto won't 
laat. 4M-4995. 



31 



ADMIRAL MOTORS 



AJ. Roiflnd Mgr. 

The man - ,.c-n 



WELFARE SUPP(»tT £31- 
FORCQIENT FIELD Oi- 
VESnCATOB '8DPER- 



, jwdjii adMI 

nlstraUm or related fields 
plus 3 yrs. afoieoee to 
hu^ness investig^ton, or 
related ai«as wbldi tond- 
ved coUections of cUeot 
or customer funds A rc- 
eoiqmiei^. Additional re- 
lated business tovestiga- 
Uve enerlettea may sitos- 
ttttf e tor edaation on an 
eqol time basto. Mast be 
wtUi^ to work to Vlrginto 
Beach, Va. &toi7 Txm 
$10^512 - 14,321. Stateito^ 
pUeatioas {G,0. Form P- 
12) anUaUe from toad 
Va. EmpfaqiiMBt Commla- 
slons A Va. MarttMem 
A muri be reedMO 19 
5:00 P.M., JuM U, 1976 
tk Va. Merit System, ^te 
Ftoaaee Bldg., Ridmwd 
Va. 23219. An equal aivor- 
tmd^ eisi^yer. 



21- Midas Itrl 



SWUMIMC Pool -24' «a- 

meter with patio, $1100. 
adi«9-*2»i; 



WEIXHNG GOWN-New, de- 
toehalde trato. Bodice, toee 
aad fc^ pearto with long 
sleeves. ^00 caU 547- 
1102. Sice 10 



NOBVIEW BARE COWS - 
Norfolk's most complete, 
buy, sell trade, buytog sU- 
^«r coins, jg Sonera 
* ahoj^lflg^CuiHIri^WiWi™, 

(S3-S11S. 



81-For Sale Oesapaaka 



GREAT BRIDGE 
BBIDGBF1ELD 
Owner transferred. Large 
$ Mm. Brick ranch, 2 
b^, ert to kttdwn, flre- 
^ce, 16X45 patto, to - 
gnMmd pool,^many extras, 
over 1/3 acre tot 
Ct 



USED t tneh extra heavy 
schedule 80 pipe. Approx- 
imately 6500 feet. Best (tf • 
far. CaU 461-7310. 



PANEUNG-Tfeto U« steal! 
(Priced tow betaase of 
mlxad eoior.yz/U to. gro- 
oved aad ongiaoved tor 
$1.80 p«- sheet and 3/16 
to. new Masoaite $1.50 per 
aheet. CaU Mrs. Taylor 
1^487-0101. 



TO - fioaM Services 



iMt Clearing, Grading, Oe- 
mUition, Acreage Clean- 
ing. By the hour or job.- 
Free estimate. CALL 
547-1802. 



SECOND Mortgage Loans 
(Fast Service) FC»: Home 
Improvaments, BiUCon- 
aoUdatlons. tovestmeoU, 
Any Reason. B. L. For- 
tune, Associates Financial 
Services of America, toe. 
155-3105. 



PArariNG First Class - 
FREE Mtlmatas. Referen- 
oes. CaU 484-4382 




EVELYN to our daasUtod advisor.^ K to bar J«* to 
assist aad advise a^pme wb6«aU»By«ly Publications 
to idace a tow-cart ilaidt-aetttg dassified uL She to 
tbe first penmojwiwfH meet if tou brtagyouradto 
our ofUca sa BattleiMtt Blvd. Evdyn checks every 
ad. for corraetioas, tor toe ridit nmning dates, and 
makM kare your ^ ispiAiUsbedtoaUthree of our home- 
town newspapers (Chesapeake Post, Virginia Beach 
Sua, Tidewater LUe). If you need help with your dassi- 
U«d ad, caU 547-4571. 



dALL 482-3808 



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% 



'The WORLD TOMORROW" 

NOW ON RADIO IN THIS AREA 

WiiSi iMfQ decades of broad- 
' ca^ experience Gamer Ted j 
Armstrong now brings 
thought-provoking commen- 
tary and informed analysis 
to daily radio in this area. 

Oiscussini the events and ideas 
whieli ehape your life, "The 
.ifVORtO TOMOBBOW" pre- 
sents a dynamic insight 
yoH'll find nowhere 
else, 

. "ThB WORLD 
i TMmBOW" 
r Usten today 



wmmf iMl Amistiiiiii 



FASHKHI CSNTDt 

We sedi on taittMaabrtto 
has draam» of t^mfsftag 
tbdr v«Y own ladaa toM- 
Uqae. Oar pngrapto^d- 
es a compete aatof na- 
tures, check-out xscmtec, 
misceUaneous mmdicB, 
in-store training, graad 
adv««bnc,.«M 



opsaiag, a 
l»tWMwia, 



airtanee and bi^BittVte- 
v^oi7. AU tUs tor u tt- 
Ue as $12,500. 

CaU todaytaA-frae 
1-800-874-4^0. £». 212 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Nor^m 

Coinity 

Finance Co . 

LOCALLY OWNED 

AND OPERATED 

482'9381 



Ml BAnXEnELOBLVD. 

InLSor 
nQppn&cEMTni 



Jeal.Est^e Sale* Aseat 
. New Wito Pembrok* ' 
^rl976- 

NO GlIMAtOKS 

JUST A BETTER 

COMMISSION SPLIT 

ANDBONUS 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

Onaniaga foi' ^«ri«iaMl . 
or new ageoto to odrGreen 
Briar orVirgintoBeachof- 
tice.^ Over SO-mUlton in 
aesMenttal sales for 1975 
makes us one of Tidewa' 
toi^s laifest tidl service 
«ompanies. We think we 
aan do more because we 
fere thf Gall«7of Bomes. 
Lo4k tor imrllattsnal and 
tocal contlwieing TV pro- 
motion. Attend our pro- 
-tossional training course. 
Cali Walter Smith 
347-714S Chesapede, or 
i. W Bnlfman 497:9611 
mrginto Beadi. 

PEMBftOKE REALTY 
BAU-ERY OF HOMES: 




rti 



HOME 
SERVICES 



imimiAiA 
SomyaioN 

543-5 





TUUl 17 



eWaUart •Ht CMwrasaaN- 
«ForUfli •^MoaHeatfr^ 
•Cronai •Chaini^qwa 
•Asnps 

33SB(i1nl»ridg«BM. 

NORMAN CEANl MGR. 



ommkvsmrKm 

JDMAZAnillt 

SALES TOTAUWi 

$112,(M0IIt 

Ed Haiard tou reccnUy 

ried ma vmiuii and 
a «eU kamn rttldent 
of Gmmnrood Estates. He 
tovttaa aU hto trieads to 
eoatad Um whea they 
to seU or buy. 



Hto tome plione to 547- 
7217. 

RioyROcnc. 

BSALTQSS 

niwanrowRim. 
cBUAnun. VA. vnm 

-« TBB HABT OF 
GBCAT BRIDGE* 
847-^5 




BLACK 
BROTHERS 

BuUders 

Bome Improvements 

Contractors 
Gara^AiUdei's 
Room Additions 
Aluffltoum Siding 
Roob - Carporto 
Kitchen Remodding 

CAU ANYTIME 
545-7318 

ffi«b E. Black, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Owsapeake, Va. 





mean MMOMLiin 



*AU alias of garages and 

attafhari gaiages. 
*CoBV«rt garage to a den 

orlunl^room 
*Ceramto TUe, Brick, A 

Block work 

We specialise in 
Home Improvementa! 

R.H. BLACK 

Co. 



MmHE 



EVENINGS 



g^V.terBlw*'? 
tDe«*l'^ 






RICI BLACK TOP SCHL 
A SAMI^ I3LL DIRT, LOT 
CLEARING, LAMDSCAJ> - 
ok: AMD I^MOLITIOMS 
CALL &OZIER ENTER - 
PRKES 420-0670. 



BAJ 
Patoitog A Paper Hanging 

Very reasonable, free es- 
ttmate, aU wrak neaUy 
«Me and guanuteed. 
fiSo Let fteGlrto'DoIt" 
Ptowe 855-0558 



GOTYOD 
DOWN? 
General cleaning, steam 
eitracttoii carpet clean - 
lag, floor mtogaadstrip-i 
ping, wtodow elaaaiag, car- 
pet and a|ibdlsl«T sham-' 
HXriag. Boadad, tosured. 
ntSS ESTIMATE. CaU 
DOmmCABE at 488 - 



You can trust a 



More efficient 
gmln^hfing 
reduces drying 
tlmeafMlco^ 
...up to 50% 

OMC Stir-Ator ia iw aMetont 
gratn aUrring uM MHi Iba unkHw 
pittWii. Enginaemd to M^M 
ihe^pta Iny^^ rtobtlo 8» 

montti aH liie WW to dw caniM', 
no unettoed actffepa, no 
heaping. ■ Stir-Atof contlmi- 
ously movet wet grain to tha 




REALTOR* 



HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



l^t scMirce; gitt;^ 9ie dryinc 
•pMd of conttnimt Hovr 



tnnllBfli 



r, MvtitMBi^ 01° 
■%(ttoslMaMfcury 



■«ontn^ I 



MMai 

jhegraif 
Ch(#ka daugar modela. 



gmaraeauMf 

lo MillMnllten 0l ihe 



iraht 



Stop toandi 




Ttoim Badrooatt, bato aad haU, tomUy 
room. T **« tmaHtol -boaia tas efltral 
air wd to sltoitod «a a»isilmirt«^ 3/4 
M «ttiL dnMe detodwd pirage. 
Mead at<»ly $38,no. 

AgeattPaaUae Going 488-5948 484-8690 



DMC STIR-ATOR* 

of At ^t^if^lwiMRS iR. 



POSTER A SAMM^JM A CO. MC. 
421-328^ '"^*^'**^'*^* '•^'^ttS^ 
REVELLE AQRI-PIIODUCTS 

MOSFRaOM, NC 87m 

919-39a-31ie 



The RsaUora below are professionato to real esUte wbo 
MiMciftt to a rtrtet code of dtocs as membera of local 
aad st^ bocrda and <rf toe Itotietod Assoetotlon of Real 

Protect yow Inwntmmitl See one of Iftw I— tffttg ar^Jiufionl 




IM81IM 



Taylorwooa 
484-4542 




SASSER 






414^9010 



JBOISfL. 

TOMftt KnAJU4|4-04»4 

piaLMsaaR 488-»a 

BSMWWmU ) 484-8483 

immu. m-MH 



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PAUL sfsmnv^ 

4884119 



f 



B*12-VlrfiDia Beach Sm, June 16, 1916 



L ynnhaven Mall tiff con tinues, , 
decision to be rendered Monday 



By LEE CAOLL 
Sua PoUtt^ Writer 

Annd i4Ui ^tea cortndlctoi? Worraatiw and re- 
LommiMlitiaia frmn t^oh$ (mnmittees, cMHBDdssiws 
iodividiials, 'eqierts, AAiyMt&i ml estate firms aad 
tbe II. S. Mvy, City CevacU «tU decide neit Uondar 
iril^eror k^ to lermit a ^ miUiOB regional stoK>io( 
ceotar to be coostnRtfd ob part of the Oceana West 
iBdKSinl Prak site. 

Dnrtag a puUc htarinf «Uch lasted more tban (our 
boars «■ tte poifiosad ce^r (Lynohavra Mall) a Council 
also learned tbe navy may tave the auttority to prevent 
the c«as&iKUoB of tltt Hall 

Hm ctty tad Bo firs OMinitBetf with tbe>Ib»y to 
«• Oa nanmt Sfmr at tte Naval Air Station at Ooaaa 
fU- tke. Industrial Park, a 1000 acre site iodo^v 
m IMl site. 



The City will pntoUy eat receive 58 acres (tf land 
acQoinlaf tte Park which the Navy had been aqwcted 
to turn over to the City. 

Before Council Monday were petRioas lor U» ctaagn 
in soBiag from (Mtiee to Comnumity AulMsa lUtfrteta 
ott tiro p^eU of land on the west sUeofOUSo^ 
Lmnfamn Road and north of Lynatai^i Parkway, am 
r«MtaW«ie 49,290 acres ad the other 98.806 act^. 

TUmHaiUTt vouU vwadl Uw oaoctmetton of Lyim- 
haven Mall by Simon and AssoelKtes, Inc., an Indiua 
tirm which has huitl 90 to 100 skwing cneters aroo^i 
the United Stat«i. 

The City Plannim ComnUssitm re«>mmeoded de^al 
(tf the andicatioiiB last weA beoose of the trdtle 
impact la the area and the site's proximity to the main 
ruway <tf the Hani Air Station ia Ooana. 



Builders 

honor 
Pickett 



Herbert L.Kramw.pre- 
sidMt of the Tidewater 
Bonders Association, has- 
announced that Del. Owen 
B. Ptckitt had been sel- 
ected to rvMivc the Ttte- 
water Builders Assoda - 
tion's 1975 PnUic Official 
of the Year Award. 

Pickett was cited fOr his 
leadership and imtirinK ef- 
'^rts in the 8t^ Legis- 
lature which cootribnted to 
much of the State legisla- 
tim being being desicBed 
to ensure a bitt«r <|iality 
of living for the citizens 
(rf Virginia. 




KramM- preMnts award to PIckatt 






on June 21 agenda 



Tlie pos^rie pwdiase of the GEX Oepartmeet Store 
prt^eity at Wttchihick Road and Virginia Bea(A Boule- 
vard to a Voeatioiial Training Cc^er for tandicsHied 
stodeats wiU be (m City Council's June 21 agemfai. 
, itir. E. E. Brickell, sqKriotaident of schools, told 
Council Monday aftenoon that the School Board tad 
approved the purchase. 

Tiie total eoA of Uie school, which would siwlement 
the vocatlooal technical C«iter on North Landing Road, 
woidd be IS.8 mUlion. Included are ¥1.6 aiUion tor the 
10.5 acres and 150,000 j^iare toot buUdingiaaA $4 
milUon tor ranMdding. Tto city real esUte dil^ hu 
^ipralsad tte briMii« tt |Z.2 maum. GEX oeegpind 
ttie store tor 16 years mttil tt went out of bustoMS 
last January. 

Tbn acipisitiai, acontltag to Brickell will enatie Oa 
bMTd School Board to meet the standards of qnaU^ 
adopted Iqr tte 1976 tautam ffi( the General Aw^Uy. 



Webster-Hall gets 
travel writer's OK 



In a letter to CoaiuU, Bricks said ttnt tte schools 
wQl tave to i^end nearly |18 milUon in uiditlooal capi- 
tal fbnds Just to me^ tte dassroom qmra needs of 
Git revised standards over and above i»v|ected Mods 
for tte Cental improveraoits Plan. A rnrised CIP 
will reflect aaolter,$2S million in construction needs 
ov«- tte neirt five years. 

State requireaeirts tor vocatlcmal trainii% eqiansion 
tave to te im{dem^ed Iqr 1980. 

In his letter, BricteU regretted the iaablUty to 
secure Mate a^istanM for fading of caidtal improvt- 
aents. 

He said thiA '^e must doidile and redotdde mr ^- 
tots to persuade tte General Assembly tf the im- 
portance of financial matters of state-assisted funding 
tor (^rational atptnaes, but crastriKtion costs, as you 
are only too well aware, tave had to be borne by Oe 
tocalitr." 



Jota <MUr of tte 
Beach hadnt bew to M- 
tsborgh ta- 18 years. Ttet 
is antU two weds ago. 

"Vtat a change," said 
tte local travel writer. 
"Tte snng had cleared, , 
aad a»etty1widttBged." 

Carter stayed at tte fa- 
nmus Wet^«-Hall H(Ael 

IOGtf«l to ttKlMOudMC' 

tfon (« tt» MM tmn. ito 
ma ttere to learn tte to- 
il's l a thod of opcfatta. 
perhaps to use it hera la 
tte near Mure wha te 
plans to qwn a business 
of his on. 



1 liitnk we're going to 
§^ two or tine CMavans 
of visitors from ttere," 
tesald. 

We don't tave our own 
Webster-Hall, but wto 
wouldn't be impressed with 
tte Csvaller or tte Mar- 
iner? 

Ob yes. One UA thing. 
Carter ^ans to visit Pittt- 
bwgh at least once a year 
from BOW 00. 

r« 
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TRI-CITY 

JANITORIAL 

SERVICE 

"A Full Service Company" 



"Ito 3db Too taall-No Job Too Urge" 

Ito Are &wn9a.1% Do All aeCBloK 

Fronl^libag. To Carpet 

"iBsani EESmENnAL - COHMERCIAl. Bonded 

l&^srC^rge . 42(NI391 ttudcAmwteard 

300 N. Military Highway 



NOWAVAiJ^BLE 



■MrimiHt 



vmasrv 

brmtte IW oi groiMo* 
tela mm ^imfiu,^ftt 
moving right Ma tte eon- 
^porary ptrtare," Car- 
tor addnd. "Timr raally 
nWwfeatodtf hoiMand 
I cut recoMfflcnd It too 

Bi add^ ^ ai^vt- 
. UC, U|^agMpb< ^urt^fi 
feodiiilt baddrcssthivr 
Ptttitan^ groi^ and sell 
ers at Vir- 



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A Haaltti Inaiiram^ Policy E^iadaHy I 

I CUT OUT «© MAIL TO: I 

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Sqiportlsg tte MaU are tte Ctty's nanii« Depart- 
BMt, HM Dt^nrtgoMt ot IBeeusmie tkm^lfumi iriiidi 
«»elr!dt ttel^. the Virginia BaachDevehqMnaatAiir^- 
r^ and Moi&g«iMt7 Ward Dipirtanet. Sme wUeh is 
UM^iM is bdWog a at^T tere. 1%e dher achor 
atore would to J. C. P^mey's. 

Tipdwrkk* Assodi^es, a Vlrgtoia-ltoach based flem 
aad restetairts of tte Princass Ana* Plan am oKxise 
tte Matt. TindietlBlEe priitfqials art alse p^ne^^ 
of PMttrote Sqptiv Afioetotes which owns Man»roke 
lun oeqfl tutSmt Roebnek * Co., TinMm-Uie plans 
tb biAul a ragigaal maU in Tinriwrlake a Mamwd unit 
devalopaagt off HoUud ^ad, MUidtewhicbalready has 
tte rqidred nniBg. ResUants of tte area are oivosed 
to tte tocreamd traffic uMeh will to g^ratad by tte 
propoa^ I^aittavM Man. 

Homyw, all tte Aseasstan semwd a cademic when 
Gayl. mu^k S. KwBtiww, coiniittittig (due* of tte 
Oeaaw base, said that tte Navy "may tave tte right 
to^nAOtttUs." 

^ICnotlon r^arrtd to agreenwrts between tte City 
and tto Navy which would give tte Navy tte right to 
hm tte maU tor safety retsona. Baaald thattte eon- 
eifl (tf tte Park or^nally was ttat tt to used lor low 
proflte industry^ such at agticidtu*, grHing, ono- 
qpedator nonattooal acQfttH, gu prodoetloB, outside 
iMKtgt and scrap «redciagemi«MlM, TUsMCouneO- 
BttKlokn A. BiHB to ask "bow dM It gat * I KOl^?" 

bntsoo rwtorrtd to an Air Installatkas CompaWde 
Uaa Zontag Rq»rt naie for tte HMal Air Sttiion to 
MarcH of 197$ wUdi outUaM blgUr ttaiprours 
areas snToautiBi tte Bast. He said tte MaU would 
to dtreetly bomatt tte Na^s "bread and bidtar run- 
way" triiieh is used 48% of tte time. "Wedont want 
to Inqiact tto city Any mora ttaa^^aaceasarjr," to sdld. 

Cttf lUnsfar G«»ge L. Hanbny said aepitlatloBs 
botwoM tte Navy and Tte City tave brokn down tte 
nd ttat "no coaunttments tave been nade by tte 
•MKll or tte administratlao. 

Ooneendng tte 58 acres, Knutson said ttat ttey are 
"tied up iwtt a new Department of Defence decision 
and ml^ tave to to reatined bj ^ Navy." 

As for tte railroad wpar, ttere doaant seem to te 
any firm agreement aboa t ttat. Embury said "we 
don't tave any type of agreonent wttt tte railroad," 
said Vice Mayor Gwrge R. FarreU. 

whan itloakadastbon^nodefiBtteaaavareseoMtaning 
tte Navy and tte City's possUda afNmmts would 
come out of tte meMag, Hatfor J. Curtis PayM 
suggested ttat tte retoriag te delayed a week. "I 
WOULD RAIDER HAVE TDiE TO COIffilDER." 

Tte comdl agreed to d^er tte qaesUon uitil June 
21. by a vote ol 10 to 1 witt o Baum dissentii«. 



Avlatiba iidi«brisirtftoil.'stod tte sMfllidIM ' 
d a major catastroplty. " 



Boa Huntresa, wto nld tte Princess Anne Plata 
Civic League was ORiaad to tte Matt, said tte to- 
creased traffic wonld te ia»cased three times and ttat 
tte Man wadd actnatty "ranova baalnara flNHU other 
bttstoasaag" aad wonld not provida "an new " bosinms. 

CiM» Spain attmey nprasaaMng TttttatlalEa Asao* 
dates cicrged Otd bott tta Ctty and tto etty naiumr*r 
"tave been to fkvor of tto Matt from tte beginning, 
"b an naprec ad ented sttu^lon te said, tte reconmen- 
^ion '<a tte Ptaadag CoBiaission "has been %Bored." 

Ranking againrt tta maU were eiperts employed by 
Ttmtorlake wko diacassad tte tnfDc patterns, road 
reqnlreBwnto, economto potantlals sad acOtogy. 



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Grover Wrii^t, attoniey for Goodman Sagar Hoi^^ 
rwl estate firm r^reseatiog tte Simon company, m^- 
talned ttat tte MaU vrauld to a rMsotable nd sdft- 
aUe use (tf tto land. He said a "tot of study" tad gom 
tato tte proposed mal, and obviwuly aUadlal totte 
Tiffltorlake center, tato ttat tte ittmoa plans ware "mA 
speculative. He panted out ttat tte site to net in tte 
AICUZ aeddent potential «»e. 

Kmon has an ofUm witt ttte Developmeot Antbwlty 
to porehase 100 acres need for tte ceatei' for |30,000 
an acre. 



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ekrat. Ml) yw jioanim* to telUai 
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coia iter* to toundtt, near tkecoB- 
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Devfled Egg and Shrimp Casserole 



6 ^gs. devikd 
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2 cup« ctt»m nuce widi 

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City of Virginia Batch, Va. 



Juno 23, 1976 



15 cents 



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Tte Virginia Gasoline 
Retailers Association lias 
objected to amendments to 
the Comprdioisive Zoning 
OnUaance which would 
permit convenience stores 
to sell gasoline. 

City Cooncil has refer- 
red tte matter teck to tte 
Planning CommisskM fol- 
towing crt^ectlons from 
Gary L. Bwtoa, Associa- 
tion attorney, wto citedtte 
safety haiards of pladog 
sel^service gas pomps 
outlidaj^procery stores, 
arry-«iiNu)d stores and 
similar eonrenieBce goods. 

With one attoidaatgai- 
erally in dmrge ci tte 
store, to said ttegaspanv 
will lade sivarTislon, en- 
dangertag eailomera witti 
potential ilrM. and gas 






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tvm tte tfapipgjirt et' 
tto dealers, to iald, * 
wonldto an "eacaettie di- 
saster." TtodeaMntove 
Wifittr lyerBttag easts, pay 
Ugfeer ptteaa lor gas than 
tto conTeaience stores will 
pay and are reqa l re d to 
tove rest rooms. . 

If tte oonTenlnce stores 
are permitted to tave gas 
tanks, they shonid to re- 
quired to mast tto aame 
standards as tto retailers . 
of gasoliae. 

Tte Planning ContoalOB 
initially reeonmeadad de- 
nial. 

City Manager Gecafa L. 
Hairi)ui7 said, howavw, 
ttet safeguards of a oim- 
dttiooal use parmttmay 
make tto amendment work- 
able. 

Banbnry atoo recom- 
mended that rattorthan re- 
duce tto reqnired lot sise 
Ibr diqiensing gas from 
20,000 to 10,000 aqaar a 
feet , tte reqnireaeat 
should rcoMin 20,000 
square ftot for any facility 
ttet dispenses psoline. 
This would eUminate a tot 
of retail 



ta othM' action, CovncU: 
— Approved anonlinanM 
anttoiialag tte FidrsMMit 
Park Free WiU Baptist 
Park Freewill B^itist 
Church to toU pr op erty in 

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Mndra ntntHTi Mnlw Pwtahi Svidy Md Ssly Famwri wsK for tickBts 

Beac/i crowjgfejHght 
to see Sir Swivel 



By BLAIR THURMAM 
OfttoSan 

Tto King U stiU kii«. 

Some Virginia BeaetorsspentttoaiglitinttoPemtihtke 
Mall parking lot last weA inordertote assured of get- 
ttag ticketstotto^gtcomlng Elvis Presley concertat Ham- 
pton Road CoUseun. 

By tto time tte tickeU weat on sale at 10, tto line 
IwAed lite a nila loog snake. Getting ttere early didn't 
oeeassarily oMaa qitfck tickets. Marste Parrish got in 
line at 1:30 and still waited six hours for tto priceless 
adadssfcm stdw. Mrs. Parrish, vdio's favorite Presley 
tune is "Kenlacky Rain," said sto was baying tto tix Ibr 
tor sisters and torself since her hu^mnd doesntdig tte 
king of ro^ n' roll. 

Waiting wttt her were Sandy and Sally Farmer, tteir 
mother Charlotta, aadSandra Painter. Except for tte Far- 
mers, no one \mm anyoae dse, but after a few hours 
'' of close-<H<der Itoa-staaliag, you get acquainted. 

Sandra M^tqniitt of ElvU' aongs, and especially Ukes 
his threada. Sto eatertrined ter new friends wittter own 
rendition of "HooDd Dog," ttrooghoid tte day, but con- 
ceded ttet tte original is better. 

Sally, iriw at IS seems terdly old enough to te an Elvis 
fan, ex^alnad W enthnsiasra. "1 dldnt really like him 

ttat mutih latil I saw Urn at Scope. Then I really liked 
him." Ste added that after tte concert ate rushed iq> tte 
stage and almost got to tondi Him. 

Her oUw aistar Saa^ said ste eonld teve jumped q> 
and tondwd Mm, hot that ste ^ waantthUcing. As for 
waitteg ia Use, EMsiaa'ttteanlypertormaneeste would 
spend sll day in line for. "I'd do tte aune thing to see 
Ym and Led Zendln." 

And ittat dtos sto like bait about Elvis? "HU grin," 
Aesaid. 

Charlotte Fannw, tte iMilher (A Sally and San^, is 



partial to tte soi«, "Teddy Bear." But despite being an 
Elvis fu, die attended the LawreiHse Welfc concert two 
weeks ago. ^ 

StaniHflg jast bdiind ttet group, was Noble Hawkins, 
itto has been Itollowteg Elvis ever since heJIi ul <tipear- 
ed on tte "Ed adUvan Show." Hawkins claimed ttat at 
one of Elvis' amcerfs', Us daughter, Peggy Monahan, 
wu called 19 (m stage bg Presley and given one of his 
scarves. Ito scene also an>eared in the movie "Elvis 
da Tour." 

Tea, Elvis may tave put on a little weight, and be may 
not qi^e teve tte vtdce te once liad, but he is still tte 
KttK. 

SUN road fine, 
perfect driving 

tt was good drivinrlpler Meal conditions for Mrs. 
Ann Litterest. 

Ste had a car to sdl, wasn't sure bow to do it, so 
turned to tte VIRGINIA BEACH SUN. 

Tto liaper proved to to a direct highway to success. 

*R«qx»se was very, very good," said tte George 
WaMiington Hi^iway resitent. "Tte car was sold tte 
seooad day tt was in tto paper. We got lots of calls." 

Bat ter report doesn't surprise us. Readership sur- 
veys show ttat something like 60 per cent of our sri>- 
scriters continue to read tte paper four days after 
piddicatiaa. 

"I aidd tt easily because it was tte local paper," 
Mrs. Ltttertot added. "And tto ad doesn't get lost among 
so many otter ads." 

Sto nM Mm wooU »)vertise right here i^ain in 
tto fatare. And you caa join her and sell wtetever it 
is yon teve for sale. Simply caU 547-4571. 



Curley new SUN GM 



Km Cariay has toea named general 
■aa^er of THE SDtK. aeeordtaiato 
HaaM By^. praakl«a,ByerlyPab- 
UeidlMa.. 

Carl^, SO, briags wittMm 12 yurs 
vi varied oiieiMnee ttM encom- 
passes joitfialiMn aid eommnnin- 
tions. 

Ito new GM's earew togaa as a 
staff wrttar on Tte Dall^ Plains- 
■ma te BwoB, S.D. Fr^ ttare to 
tei^ 14k adnid psychdaty. at tte 
ttna wittiag fc»' tta Water - 
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KwiCkvtoy 



Cartey wu aava bnraaa tfreetor 
al BaBi4i9Ilaa.}8teleCell«|art«« 



to wortud oa Ms mstera, sad was 
appointad ai^n- tA tto BemMji DaUy 
Pioaaer. Hte trav^ took Mm IMo a 
part onM^xhiii aRaagamanl ia a 
groop ta Wyoattig weeklies, where 
to wu rMpowBde tor tto manage- 
m«d fA tto GilMte News-Record. 

He tes been aa wfitor and pob- 
UAer (Tepaia) od to additim to 
bMag KElive to a aambn' of pro- 
faasioBal orgaaisattoas, Duley has 
woa many d^e aad agonal atnrds, 
k^ad potops by Ptms Associa - 
tlea hoarav tor tto complete edi- 
lorial p^w. 

Cartey and Ms wife, Carolyn, re- 
MdaMS«l0 8odMyLaaa. 



"We're pleased to teve a man ui 
Kaa's tackground and eqieriaice join 
us," said Byerly. 'Re looks forward 
to wortdng wttt our staff, readers 
and advertisers. Tbom wishing per- 
sonal assistance in tteir advertls- 
taig programs can contact him at 
Vn-mx. We are confident he wUl 
qiaartmad mr community involve - 
meat, and Ken greatly looks forward 
to laeettog our siq^rters." 

Cttrtey swceeds Km Berry wto left 
ItH* a tqi management position with 
a aewvQwr groqt In his home stete 
of Hawaii. Carlo's atvoiotmert is 
MtadMataamediately. 



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Bowman is cited 

Lw E. Bof man, sod of Mr. and Mrs. Join C.Jowmui 
of CsrUBg Rotd, a Dartraoirtb College Janior, nas been 
ctted kjr a |H*ofessor of English tor outstanding academic 
acblevemeot during tlie past term. 




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By LEE CAmish 
Sun PoUttealUfrltn' - 

City CouncU lias put tta tl^mp ot aninnal on the 
$40 million hjmhtna Mall la Oeetna. 

The Center is en)ected to rival in iIm the Military 
Circle Mall, now the Uggnt to Tidcvtitr. 

Zoning changes granted Hoodajr bf Council pemtt 
the construction of the Mall on 100 aerei vttJria tke 
1000 acres Ocena West bdasttlal fut. ZoBiog wa« 
changed from office district to eUDmunlty Inslaau dU- 
trict in the bee of (vposttion team the Pluniag CoM' 
mission, the NaTjr, resideids ant a loeal dntloiMr. 

Councilman Clarence A. HoUnd said that tta «i|v> 
ments had been "willghteBliig" and diat tt* l«a»e 
elicited the most discnssioa of a naing Isnw "In th* 
six years I've beenhere." 

Simon and Associates, Inc., an Indiana flm «ltk tp-n 
tions on the prtyerty, expects to lyw the eaiier dpaa bf 
August 1978. Goodnan Se^ar BogOi is tht rati wtat». 
company r^resenting SlmiiB. MOHtgoaarf Vtod aid 
J. C. Penney Dqiartmoit Soras will bwtwootHMtar 
anchor stores planned fbr the Hall. 

Dangtrtador 

Plamiing Commission opposttioB to the aoniag changM 
«as based chiefly on the danger factor cited by C^. 
W. D. Knotsim, commanding office of the Manl Als 
Station at Oceana. Knutson maiBtitn*d in a tottwt4 
CouncU that the "types of comawdal dereloiiaiail 
enrisiuied" in past disensaloaa batvMu tta Havy amt 
the City of ^rglnia Beach vttUi tto tti^strbl pailif 
were those without lar^ eoncMtratkNU of pMptoi 

Although Knutson was present at the Monday sesali»r 
he referred to his letter when atfcad to qiaak. U his 
letter he admitted that the Navy aothorlty to stop any 
project ^iproTod by City Council. Headdedttatamoral 
commitment does exist. 

Much discussion Monday and during a frar-hanrpriUie 
hearing the prei^ous week revolved aromd flw agne** 
ments between toe City and the Navy as to vtet ues 
the industrial Parit jnvperty sbonld be pot. ^ ;: 

In exAange tor the city's cooperatian and estaldfth,>j 
mnet of property restrictions the Navy was to gmt. 
easements over a rail qmroverNainriHtipertytoMVf 
the Park and to turn over 58 acres of Navy ProfMnty^: 
tottePatk. 

City Manager George L. Banbury rqiwtsd fUt the 
Virginia Beac^ Devtiopnent Aurthiffily which oantnla 
the Park land had purchases eaanmwte lor. 4K^S0fty 
The 58 acres, however, have never hnw deeded to- 
the City. 

OliMrplmt? 

Under the Iiilustrial Park plan, deaerifaod as a bad* 
bank scheme, private owners of the prapac^havea^ead^ 
to hold the im^erty In obeyi^ aaty tht Oty eoaU 
woit oA the most eeonomle use of the laid. Buhnry 
said that under this arrangement, when 1ndli^idtlparc<^ 
are sold, owners pot to deed restricttons raeommenda^ 
by the Navy. 

Development of Lynnhaven MaU nay endanger plana 
ofr a proposed regional dnpptog center on anIOaefw 
site at Tlmberlake, alnaH^ A^aUy toned. Devatopai* 
of TlmberUn are alad prtol^^ oTPMllRlEa Mall, 
which is now the city's largest shivpiag omU- Tiaber- 
lake spolMmen cited reasons tor ogiioattkin to the 
Lynnhaven site as poor drainage, Inadeqa^ ntiUtles, 
and the danger from the air statton. 

Asked by Vice Mayor Gaoiga R. FartVU whether he 
felt "as ttoo^ you're braOtog lUtt widi the Navy al 
all," HaiAnry said, "Not at an." 



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Base exchange 
plan completed 



He Uttle Qrart Navy Exdmga has just ampMed 
a |1.5«llU«l JMjeet to expand and renovate UMr Re- 
tatLSbmAcfl%. 

The pr^et, andertaken I9 the B.A S. Coutni^n 
Cup. hi eoKlaneUoa Irtth the Navy Resale System 0|- 
flea, has oMaa to a dose aflCT 18 months of otensive 
ranovattiM; and Mnstruetton <tf a new 28,190 sq. S. 
BalittihiaHnsai^ 

A MHatf Nai^ patrons can ha proud <rf, the 'naw' 
E^hnga has 4oai|t to, and been saeimtiul at, getting 
away fron the ttidittonal military hxdc in Ex^anges 



and offen anthorised patrons^a emntortabto and IhaUon- 
aUa^teatoihfv. 

PiacMt at tta rttbM-cultiag oefwnontoa wwi JUaa 
MttBigsMa^EK. B|. Nt BdlmMf, ISSO^Jkifj 
Eidiania?>6iiScarf uilffi R.M. Sussoian, Confliudtog 
OtAcar Naval AnpUUous Base, LCi^EIK, Capt..M.B. 
Olaon, Commanding Officer Navy Raaale £tyataai Otflca, 
Rear Admiral E, M- Koeher, Commander Atlanlto,DI- 
vlsian Naval FaelUtlas Engineering Commaad, itaar. Ad- 
miral A. W. Walton, Jr., Md MS. Navy Exdiuge, 
LCR^K ms, SoH^ ItaxweU. 



Bantary alio aaid tlat he dibt tttik tte MaU would 
jMpudiaethabnM. 

AiMMIipifu gn«tad by tc^MUt (d scnn to teOK 

1Mi« ftrifca vMdlM wmA M^m^ J. CnrOa Aqnt 
and O Bmd dto e a Jehn A. Bant, Botawt B. Callis, Cterln 
W. Gafdaar, Oarmea A. Bolland, Mte^ L. Sluding 
and Floyd S. Waterfield Jr. 

Voting agatsit were Tie%lte]9rGo«i^ R. Fan^ 
and CoaMlbteh John R. Griffin Md Dr. J.Ml^ IfeCoy. 

IOmwObu Bdbart B. CroMNdl Jr., a^atorad be- 
«Msa Ua tew firm repr^mta Mriat4» Sfoara Asao- 
dataa. 

Aa the voted was re<mded a voice eaUad oat £ram 
the «nwdad Conndl Chaabanu "l^e b^Mt ml^to 
to a decade." 

to otter loniiV raattprs, Coondl: 

-►Aijifwad an qpilcatioH of Edmid T. Ftongan 
te T^Mmt of laBtog troB R-6 R^dwUal toR-8 
Waahiiidtol aaitl<^ on .64 acre paH»tlO(^d on toe 
»aA Jida o( titt Sreet east of teihertoa Dtin, 
Lyaahavf. 

—DelMrrad tot three weeks actkm oa a ap^lcation 
of Alfred M. Maaon tor a chuga of Mitt« froar Reai- 
dontta) to Comimmlty Bosiaess JMatriet on tM acres 
locked on ttemwtt side of Boanay Road. wMt of Sogtt 
Gm Ifaiad, XMipsville. Rearing on a eondl t i w rnl use 






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p^«tt far ft bnlk aotage yard on the pnpfrty Ms asto 
dabrrod. lteprtttk)n«>oi4ectstoaeenditton«(4«p(«m) 
ttid4w.graafr thaX%a toeijoet ttntoi^ aaaatoant 
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Itobwt Nui^to, rqtteserttag Om lliaUa Civic Leapw, 
ol4«dadtotta rMonlgn as ^ot hi^« aad eMtongerii« 
ttadntoaga to the area. ' 

-Aniroved an litfieatton Iliad by Ptoa and SAerg, 
Inc.. lor a change in aoniag froa Offica Otatrid to 
Light todnatrtal District on appnntoiatoly 11.17 aena, 
located oa the nortt side of the Ei^ressmy, waat of 
Soott fttehctad ^^, Bayakte. 

— Anooved a Ranged to aoidnf fron AfrieaHval 
Ustrid to L4ht todartrial District lor ai^oite^aly 
2.5 aerM known as Parert Y, ^sahittvlslea of Lot 
12 and SAdtvisfcm of Lot 13. Lwdon Bridg (krdana. 

--Denied a iBi p ll cat h» In- a dMOge of wmb^ from 
RMldaitlal to Commodty BaOam en 1.8S4 aieraa lo- 
cated on the east side of Xaiq«vllle Road, nnrtt of 
totfn River Road, Kaqwvfila. 

-GmMada Condtttonal Use I^mit to Naw QnoMid 
Presbyterian Oarch to eonstrwd a eharcfe on attrea- 
aere parcel toeated on the east ahte of KenvnvfUe 
Road, nortt of l^mrt Drive, Lake CrUstophK. 

"Gruted a conditional ne permit to Mea^ l4tt- 
eraa Omrdi to eonrtraet a ehnrd on S.Mt acres 
located (m tte north side of HoUanl »»d, wot of 
Windsor Oaks Wert. 

"D^rred fbr one week an appUcatJan tor a Aaaga 
oi waiOat to Mtewhte Stations, toe., troa Waaidantan 
District to Coaunnaity Bnsiness on a .88 acre parcel 
tocatod on the east aide (rf Ltttta Neck tUmA, nntt 
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nei|hborlK>ods were taken to task at Monday's Coimell 
meMint. 

' Coivtcilman Robert B. Cromwell Jr, said that he has 
the "worse looking pumping station" near his home on 
Bayville Drive. "I certainly think something can be 
done to make it more attractive." 

The subject was introduced by Robert Kennedy, spakii« 
for the Civic League of Stratford Chase which is ORXtsing 
the construction of a 150 foot water tower at a site 
at Providence and KempsvUle Roads. 

He offered alternate plans for a different type tank- 
low rise and concrete, and a difterwt site both of 
which would cost the city considerably mot«. 

As it turned out several of the couMHineD had neigh- 
borh^ tanks which tyep aKireciated. 

CouncUman Patrick L. Standing said that before the 
tank was put across the street of his bouse in Bay Colony, 

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aniointment of William H. Candler as director of mar- 
keting. 

Candler is a former assistant professor ans assis- 
tant to the president at Old Dorainlon University. A 
graduate of Washington and Lee University and Washii^- 
ton and Lee Law School, Candler served with the Of- 
fice of The Judge Advocate General in the Department 
of the Army, Washington, D. C, pracUced Uw briefly 
in Heathsville, before coming here as an associate of 
Boyd, Davi»and Payne in 1970. 

He joined ODU In 1972, where be was responsible 
for managing the president's office and serving as legal 
advisor in university- related matters. , 

Candler is also vice president of the North Vir^nia 
Beach Civic League, and regular contributing coluin- 
nist to THE StJN. 



Wall paper clinic 
slated Tuesday 

" An unus^-'dlMc ^ies 'fo''{Ki Beieii'Ta«iair. 

A "waHpaper clinic" wlU be staged by Thalia Qui»t 
and Drapery 9iop, Inc. along with theOlneyCo. It will be 
held at 415S Virginia Beach Blvd. Tbeioteriordecoratloii 
demonstration adi instruction will begin at 7:30 p.m. 

Reservations are encouraged by calling 340-6421. Re- 
freshments wUl be served, and the gathering isbve with 
' an invited. 



his family had to wuh the dishes at 10 and 11 p.m. 
"That tank was the most beautiftil thing I'd ever seen." 

Cromwell said the additional cost of Kennedy's pro- 
jects wold not be justified and that he encountered 
the same problem in his neighborhood. Dr. Clarence 
A. Holland also lives in that neighborhood. While he 
accqited the pumping stations and towers as necessary 
he thougt they could be made to look better. 

Ont ehe recommendation of City Manager George L. 
Hanbury Council awarded Brown Steel Contractors, Inc., 
the contract for the ccmstruction of a water tank and 
pumping station for $845,000 behind the Wisked Furniture 
Sore in Bayside, and another for $330,000 for the Provi- 
dence Road Station in KempsvUle. 



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HitilisliMt] .'vi.fy WiiirioscJay by Bycrly 
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Two problems 
surface again 

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Two problems whicb continoe tocropiQiinCity Couocil 
dellberatiosD- -drainage and stre^ elosiii(s— Ittre sur- 
biced again. 

Colonial Stores, Inc. has asked for the clmiog of 
a part of 28th Street and an muamed alley between 
28th and 29th Streets in conjimctloD with a Big Star 
store which the company plans to locate on the ad- 
joining site. 

The code of Virginia sets the procadorc for Street 
closings, but Boucnilman John A. Baun said he had 
some doubt abot the whole prceAire. As tor drain- 
age, he said, the City has not eome vp with aj orer- 
all drainage plan. In rlation to an earlier petitioo 
Bamn had said that natural drainage dttehes are allowed 
to be filled and then new ones haTetoM>roirtded.' 

A parade of resUents In the area objected to the 
closings because the area is a natural drainage basin. 
Flood conditions which are already bad, will get worse, 
they said. 

Ralph Cox, a pnqierty owner cm 27th Oreet said he 
thought closing any street is a mistake. 

The petition was denied unanimously. 

'76 art show 
goes Thursday 

All eyes dilft to the boardwalk Tlmrtday. 

Virginia Beach's fammis oceanside eemeat strip wUl 
once more play host to the East Coast's most glttterii« 
and fun happenings. 

The 21st Amnal Boardwalk Art Show will run throi«h 
UoaOkj with thousands expected to swell tte area and 
enviroas. 

Pid)liclsts Julie Irby and Jane Waters said that the show 
this time around should prove to be the biggest and best 
to date. Goodies on display wUl inelude<dlsand acrylics, 
watercolors, mixed media, prtaits, sculpture and assorted 
crafts. 

The event will go daily from 10 to 6, brtween 10th and 
20th streets. Judges are Mario Cooper, Brian N. Rush- 
too, and Herb Cohen. The show is sponsored by the Vii-- 
ginia Beach Arts Center. 



'Tomorrow' to 
close program 

Hie Virginia Beach Tomorrow Commtttee eipe^ 
to wind q) its program with a final |dUBii« sessloo 
in September, Derek Dnm-Raiddii, chairman has an- 
nounced. 

Eqtected cort of the final session, a tm-day mee^ 
of 7S participuiU and siqiport persooMl, will be about 
$1,500. City CouDcO wlU act oa tte appo^Mim 
at the Jme 28 meetii«. 

TiM committee of nine has been worUng tor ayetr 
under the guidance of the Brookii«« bsltatiae with dtl- 
sens and members of the Coumil. fte object of the 
omimittee is to come iq> wltt a wdal aad growth 
policy for the City. 

Dwn-Rakin toU Council Mooitay that the committee 
tas five alternatives for tiie city, brt ttat they are not 
M<»*nreily anapatOiIe. Wttt Oe eotomttlee tapes to 
do at is ffaial ses^a si to makt a reeoBuneodatiM 
rtich the CouKll may accqrt « r^ect. The reom- 
men&tkw wiU give a {ieture <rf what Viiflnia BcMh 
shouM be like in the year tOOO. 



Car wash scheduled 

PUza Junior High Is bavii« a car msh imaU. 
It will be sUged at Cnns's aiell, Plasa Trail aad Bose- 
mmit. ne cost is II per car airi ^ for trucks or 
nns. Proceeds will go tonrd uniforms and traas- 
portatlM for the next school year. 



BICEatTENNIAL CALBlQAli OlF' EVENTS 
ByJAClCa(^etT80N 
Sim CoDtHiNiMr 

1774 

April 21-Bassett Hosel^ adnrtisad for 6,000 tons 

a stone to be delivered to Cape Benry tor a U^rthouse. 

May 24-Governor Dunmora dltaolved the Bouse of 



Dae«Bb«* 6-Freeholdera <a Prteeess Aue met at 
tegwell Moore's house and voted In siqniort ot COe- 
tinartal Association. 

1776 

February 7-Norlolk Committee «f SaiMy rotod to 
eensttre Dr. Alexander Gordon. 

March 9-Petitlons ntersd lOr wtahlishliHt a town at 
Kemps Landing in Princess Aane COvot^. 

Ane^jOvenorDunmoratledVlUlaaaargandboanled 
theH.M.S. Fowley. 

S^ember SO-Dunmoro's tnKva wtled- off printing 
|»«ss ot John Holt in Norfolk. 

October 22-Dunmore's troops nided Kemps Landing 
and made a prisoner of Anthony Lawaon, Delegate inillam 
Robinson and C^it. Thomas Matttww. 

November 19-DunmorMnd troopn ag^ raided Kemps 
Landfog-took onUi of aUegianeo fnoi psople. 

December»-BrtUdi In Fort Murray al Great Bridge 
attacked Amoican troops nntor Oen. VllUam Wood- 
ford. They were defeated and retreated to N(»1blk. 



1776 

January 1-Brltish sh4>s fired on Norfolk, settii« it 
aflra. American troops set additional fires. 

Fritruary e-Amerlcan troops, under N. C. Gen. Robert 
Howe, abandoned Norfolk after destroying romaining 
building. 

April 10-Committee of Safety ordered evacuation of 
all inhalrftants ta Princess Anne County to the iatoior. 
Later modified to "all those oonsidarsd enemies of 
America". 

May 20-DonmoK's fleet of 94 vessels Mt Norfolk 
Harbor. 

July 20-Copy of Dedaration of Indepoidence received 
in Williamsburg, oroered to be "proclaimed" by She- 
riff of each County at Courthouse door. 

OecMiber 9-7,000 boaheia of salt Mdered ittstrlbded 
to Alexanirla, Richmond »tf Hogs H<fle en the Rap- 
pauiock. 



1777 

January 1-All naUves of Great Britain who wen agents 
for British mnrchants to leave the country within 40 
days, 

Fi^ruary S-Tbree Brttidi warsh^m of 60, 50 aad 16 
guns under Commodore Hotham in Lynn^ven Bay. 

Febmry 14-Anthony Uwson. of late a Britlah pri- 
soner in tt. Aagnstine. returned to Princess Ame of 
pan^t. 

AagBBt 14- Justices of Prineeaa Aane administered oath 
of aUei^ance to lo^ citlsens. 

Mgnit 15-neet of 100 sails seen "standli« dtreetly 
into the t$9u" by C^it. Brigtt of the armed Bt^ 

Nia^afflptoi (British fleet andu- Admiral Howe headed 
for njlade^hia). 

Daeember l-CoL Thomas Reynolds Walker of Prin- 
cens Anne ordered to set up mtch with s^nal firos 
at Cape Henry. 



1778 

March S-Five British warAips guanUag entrance to 

C^M. 

May 4-Edwaro Moseley, Sr., Anthony Bam^hs, Is- 
fac Jacobs found guilty of a "riot by th^attkm". 

May 13-Govenor Henry otdered Inspedor Gwwral 
and Aast. Engtoeer to iavest^rte YoMmn an a 
sale hartior for protedkn of friendly ship* « |»krt a 
sqiertor fleet of ^ enemy. Favorably reported May 25. 

Jae 6-Jasiah Philip. Bnnditia. Loyaliat Renegade 
ontored jaUed by JasUce Petw Sii«letaa at Kempsville, 
tor robiring the Qmttoent ot ABwrican. Philllpn was 
captured by Capt. Amos Weeks' con^eny and executed 
in Oe<»mber, 17n. 

Nov«nb«- 27-Brltiah sh^ "Swift!' ru apouad at 
Cape Henry, gi-man crew was taken As prisoners 
(tfwar. 




British vessels 
swarming In bay 



1779 

April 19-Brttlsh Admiral Getnge Collier wrote to 
liord George Gennatoe, tellii« of hia pi«ii^f4 ^tte ft 
on tte Nortolk-gortsmorth area.. ' 

May IS-Adiribid^ Qttflier'and Giieral Edward Matt- 
hewa led thdr Mpt and troqpa in an M^k on Norfolk 
ud PortamooHi, Ken^ Landing and Sdtolk. to ad- 
ditK» to the deatruetkm of Fort Nnlaon, the British 
aet fin to all three towns and deatnqwl 22 ^^, 
tandreds of hogs-head of tobacco, molaases, pork 
and rum, Mfi timbera cannon and powder. Iliey alao 
took 85 milttary priaoners and nine elrilian twiwHng 
two Jnatlees of Princess Ann, Joim Hancock aad (Carles 
Williamson. 

Jane 4-TlHniaa Jaflarson wu daeted Governor of 
Virginia. Ramors w«re aent abroad that Great Bri- 
tain had stfored independence to the IS Unitod S^tfos. 

Ifoveodw SO-Jamea PariEor wrote Britlah General 
MatUews about a retorn to Vlifiaia, sn|g«(iac Potts- 
nuMa as the most desirable and dtfensible locatioo 
forapoirt. 

DocMnber-General WaaUngtoo aad General Clinton 
w«t eorre^onding about an exchange of Anwriam 
aad BrtttiA prisoners. 



1780 

April 19-Junea Jones irf Viifinia writea that "the 
aaanias' vaasda swarm la C h e aa g aa te Bay." 

Hay tt-dUaens of Prineeaa Am potttlaa General 
AasMBUy for aU to obteiaii« rdease ol OarleaWU- 
Uattaon aad Jcta Baoeoek and John SnUh, prisonera 
ot tte BritiA in N«w T«t. 

June i-Ganenl CUdm wrote to Lord C<n«wallis toll- 
lag of lAoa to invade Virginia to Septomber or October. 

Jriy i-I^M BriUah frigates Join 10 printews in 
prawltog Cbasapeafce Bay. 

SsptMabtr t-Qumaor Jefferaon wrote Samaal Buat- 
h«loQ, FrtaUeitf of Congreaa, ttat tiw Virgiida Trea- 
anry U aifeaattad. 

SvteadMr t-French Couaul D'Aamoora aad Attaehe' 
estate L«i8t were at C^ie Beary awatttng arrival 
of Fraadi fleet. 

Septembw 20-Brltiab Gourd LaaUe ordwed to Vlr- 
ghito to eatehUah port rt Portmnoattr 

October li-CdooriSWwrateGeneralGatettkattiHk- 



town was a good place for sheltering tnxvs and Frwch 



October n-British trotqM under General LesUeocci^ 
Poitntonth, and a party under Captain J(dm Saunien 
(Lo^Uyt owmr of Pembnricd) occupy Kemps LatuttM, 

»>v|nber^6-Offl^Ma Cltotp%:irrHw CtmraaUls aho^ 
dealnllltty of matoi!yhii%il>Osf'at Portoniovi, 

Rovomber IS-Brttiah evacuate Portemouth-2,500mn, 
10 wkrA^ta. 

Daeember 14-Traltor Benedict Arnold, now a Bri- 
tlA Gemral, ordered to Ctoaapeake Bay to take post 
at Pwteffioutt. 

Deconber 90-Britlsh fleet of 27 sail sighted at Wll- 
loaghby pioint. 



1781 

Juaary 1-British fleet off Hampton. 

Jamary M-After raiding James River aa for aa 
Ridunnd, General Anold took post at Portomooth. 

F^miary 10-Kraips Landing oeeivted by Miish troops 
unMr (kilonal Jotoi Simcoe of Qoeea's Raiven, Bene- 
diet Arnold ri^ed there on Fdirnary 21. 

FotHTuary IS-Three French warsUps andwr to Lynn- 
haven Bay. 

Fatornairy 17-400 Militia man of Prineoa Anne and 
Norfolk won with North Quoliaa General lasac Gn- 
gory at ItoittWMt River Bridge. 

March 18-General Laliyette reeomwitered the Bri- 
tlah positioas at Portsmouth. 

mreh 15-Brttlsh fleet with troqn under General 
raiBps arrived to Lynnhaven Bay. 

AiMl SO-K^ish troops under Arnold and niillips 
head q> James River for Petenburg. 

May 25-Conwallis Joins Arnold near PeterAuf. 

Jnae 19-Thomas Nelson, Jr. elected Governia' of 
VirglBla. 

Jshr 10-Conwallis was at Suffolk on his way to Port- 
smonth but never got thero-in^ad, he went to Tork- 



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Aagut IS-Poitemouth, Norfolk and Princess Anne 
•vacated. 

Seftember 9-BatUe bttweoi French and Brittoh fleeto 
begins off Cape Henry and nds with Britidi wttlt- 
drawlag to New York. 

OcbAer 19-After masterful maneuvering bf Wadi- 
iDgton, Roetambeau and Lafayette, Brttl^ under Con- 
wallis sairendered at Yorktown. 



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PA club meets 



The Princess Anne Woman's Club of 
Virginia Beach met recently at Pine Tree 
Iim for tlie iostaUatlMi of officers. 

Mrs. Norman L. Brown, parllamen- 
tarian «rf the Tidewater District Virginia 
Federation of Woman's Club, and past 
presideirt of the VFWC installed the fol- 
lowluf: 

Mrs. Preston E. Berry.President; Mrs. 
Un Hamilton, first »lce president; Mrs. 



John Slngletary, second vice president; 
Mrs. Lacy Rol>eson, third vice president; 
Mrs. H. K. Hawthorne, recording secre- 
tary; Mrs. Howard Flowers, correspond- 
ing secretai^ and Mrs. John E. Nixon, 
treasurer. 

Mrs. A. R. Bunting and Mrs. Preston 
E. Berry, delegates to the VFWC annual 
convention in Roanoke, gave reports at the 
meeting. 



New officers set 



The Virginia BeatA Mooae Lodge No. 1998 recently 
installed officers for the combig year. 

They are Pilgrim Aimer Bull, bttalUag Sgt. - at - 
Arms, Earl K. Roberts, Sgt. - at - Arms, Pert Gnham, 
Prelate, Frances J. BocaelU, Asat. ^. - at - Arm 
and Hunter Camp, Past Governor; WUUud A. Partridge, 
Inside Guard, Elliot Van Ostfaod, Trustee, Ramon C. 
Medlock, Outer Guard, Herbert L. Cirtts, Jr., Tnistet 
and Earl Wise Sr., Tmsurer. 



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NorlDlk teiTttorial leader for the mooUia of March and 
April. 

Sonthwesteni Life Is one of the natK»'s leading in- 
surers, opentinc in SS sUtes plus the District of Col- 
umbia. It has more than $7 bUlton (tf insnrvice In force. 



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In the Virginia Beach Class A Softball 
League, the 4400 Club is the cream of 
the crop. After bealiilg the Patriots last 
week, 8-4, they upf>ed their record to 
11-1. Picturedhere is JohnBaynor blast- 
ing a single. 



Prtchm' Mark lAistin usat an unorthodox 
windup, but gets tha Job dona for ttie 
4400 Clii>/He bends^his knees, comes 
up, flips the ball^^arid retreatsrtiuickly. 
Weird, but who canj Complain witfi first 
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Angels down to earth 



By SHANNON COX 

Dept. of Parks 

and Recreation 

The Angels may just l>e 

the most dedicated group 

of players in the Virginia 

Beach Women's Softball 

League. 

Before beginning this 
season, they learned that 
their sponsor of last year 
was not financially aUe to 



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As a first year tetmin 
197S, the "Angels" made 
; a fine showing in this 1m*: 
gw, posting a rqmlablie 
irinnlng record. Thl8yenr» 
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i^'As of June 16, they are 
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as well as to the goal 
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The "AngeU" however, 
have some lonnaldableop- 
poMBto as yonirill be able 
"^vi see In the following 
standings tor the second 
division: 

Virginia Bench AJ's 10- 

Stars 7-3 

Systems Development 
Corp. 7-3 

Pungo To#M Castle- 
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Angels 6-4 
Streakers 6-4 
Computer Sciences Corp 
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Bank of VirglnU 2-8 
Rock Church 0-10 
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FVofessional fMribal) piM«rs invadad 

Virginia Beach last wee(blnbjd|g^Ji»y. 
in the Vince Lombardi 'Q*^'^ ^RHH^^^ 
at Red Wing. While cruising aW'--* 
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alad to siflBjMitogrili^^forji 



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Gray trout, which threatned to become an extinct 
species only a few years ago, have returned to the waters 
(rf the Chesapeake Bay. And they are bigger in slse 
than ever. 

Recently a record gray trout, or weakfishas it is 
also called, .was caught in the waters spanned by the 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel; the fish tiii|)ed the scales 
at just under 17 pounds. Exceptional catches are t>eing 
taken at around the «4 Island, of the Bridge-Tunnel. 

Gray ^ront ^ only one of many species offish that 

Is being- caught In the area. Other major catches so 

^tor this season include channel bass- -the biggest to date 

weighed 74 lbs; king mackerel (20 lbs, 13 os); striped 

,.;ba8S (33 lbs); bluefish (21 lbs), tautog (IS^lbs, 1 os.). 

floander (1^ tits,,^.oc), aM sea bass (6' lbs 

Although tiharter boats are available 
of the Bay In Southeastern Vlrgl:. 
boat to get where the action is.. , . - ., 

Motorists using the 17.6 mile span across the mouth 
of the Bay^ can fish without charge from the facility's 
625-foot-loag "Sea GoU* fishing pier. The piet' ' '" 
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i Bridge-Tunnel otters another advantage to fishing 
enum alasts jrho travel in camper vehicles. The Brk^e- 
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sIxtW* motor home Is |9, There is no charge for 
passengers. 

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By BUIR THimUAN 
Sua Sports Editor 

Sckool is out, til* Uds are free, 
Ttey're hewUiiK to the sand and sea, 
Out ttdnc Uiat tiie sdnols cant tea(^. 
Is kow to raise hell on the beadi. 

B«t if tlwre was a course as such. 
Math and French tiiey wouldn't learn much, 
8|N»ts hoirever, they sure can play, 
And Bayside's nine went all the way. 

Terry Morton made sure that, 
The Maiiins learned to pitch and bat, 
RlMdn ud Lech and Holland too, 
Mad* tt* other teams feel blue. 

Mt, Veimn should have stayed away, 
'C^uii* flwy pit no hits on tiiat day. 

As BaysUe imi the diampionship. 

n* Marliii's track team too did well, 
As omoiints befpre them fell. 
With Krmter, Lenahan ud Mosely, 
Hay wia the dlstric^^eet real cosily. 

The ilrls, so as not to be outdone. 
Showed th* boys they too could run, 
BtUad 8m Jones and Harriet Cook, 
Ite city title the Marlins took. 



Rutert, PtttiUo, Schafler and Jordan, 

Bu the no relay and didn't get sore then, 

They Mot to the states, and Utoufh they didn't win, 

Tte'd be happy to go back and try it again. 



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Another school with pride ms Cox, 
Who showed they too, have able jocks. 
The baseball team was hi the race, 
'Cause Tyree Brown would steal the base. 

Ilie girl's track team went 3-1-1, 
While they worked hard and had some tun, 
Carol Belcher could jump far. 
And Terrie Brothers cleared that bar. 

The First Colonial Patriots, 

IMd great in golf, made few ^vrts, 

niey won the district, and city tourney too, 

Before falling in the regicmals, boo-hoo-hoo. 

The Patriot nettera had many a tan, 

I filling in the reglonals toJCecoughtan, 
fr's lUstrld^huiqi warMce; 
Who, tm, lost in the regionals, not so nice. 

Hie basdball team ms very strong, 
mth Jon Fritxell and Tom Delong, 
They idaced third in the district race, 
Kit fell to Bayslde, no disgrace. 

Straining tlU their lungs could burst. 
The gymnasts placed in the district, first. 
And despite losing girls, numbers tiiree and one. 
Hie tennis team lost less than they won. 

The hero at Kellam was track star HoUey, 
To ran against him was purest folly, 
His 9.5 100 is the school's best. 
And in the 220, he smoked the rest. 



Ronald Foreman hurdled high. 

And across the intermediates, he did fly. 

Golfer Woolard was tough to beat, 

Gettii« co-medalist honora in the city meet. 

The KempsTille bas^all "boys of summer," 
Were told this year would be a bummer. 
Last year's team won the states, 
But then graduated all the greats. 

From somewhere, though, they got the power. 

To make opponents hide and cower, 

Tliey had a Tory tough act to tollow. 

But lost in the regionals, and then felt hollow. 

Ilie golf team, coached by Bobby Braun;, 
DM very well, could Iwt go wron4,\ ^* 
'WltifeagleS^UOpglls, and natuntUy Wiltii; - 
Tbey went to tte states, and came in thinMes- 

At Princess Anne, the tennis girls. 
Gave the school a lot of thrills. 
They were city champs and that's the story. 
Of the Cavalier girls led by Carol Chory. 

The bas^Mtll team was very good. 
Upon the ball they got good wood. 
The district play-offs were within reach, 
But th^ wound vp idaying on the beach. 

Now this poem is aU throu^. 
And I wtwt blame you if yon say "PU," 
The spring q»rts were a lot of ftan. 
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A-8 - Virginia Beach Sun, June 23, 1976 



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By LEE CAHILL 
Sun Political Writer 

City Council has endorsed the establtshment ot a 
$5,651,850 combination vocational education and food 
service warehouse in the GEX Department Store on Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard at Witchduck Road. 

As the first step toward completion of the project 
Counci I appropriated §1,600,000 for the purchase of the 
150,000 square foot building and 10 1/2 acres where the 
store had l>een located for 16 years before it went out of 
business in January. Another $4,051,850 will be needed 
to remodel the structure for school use. 

Dr. E.E. Brickell, superintendent of schools, told 
Council that a new building on a new site would cost the 
City $6,700,793. The City real estate assessor placed a 



Eastern seeks 
Norfolk route 



Eastern Airlines has filed a motion with the Civil 
Aeronautics Board requesting nonstop route authority 
between Norfolk and Atlanta. 

If approved, Eastern's proposed Norfolk- Atlanta ser- 
vice would offer Virginia Beach residents access to a 
vast network of direct and on-line connecting flights 
^throughout the south, southwest, Mexico and the Carib- 
bean via the airline's extensive connecting complexes in 
Atlanta. 

"We believe the importance of beyond-Atlanta on-line 
service cannot over-emphasized," said W.J. Dane, nor- 
thern division vice president for sales and services. 

"It is clear that the Norfolk- Atlanta market can sup- 
port, and in fact, requlrs competitive nonstop service. 
However, we also believe that if Norfolk is to realize the 
maximum benefits from the certification ofa second non- 
stop Norfok-Atlanta airline, that carrier should be able 
to offer a superior level of service lieyond Atlanta as 
well." 

He said that, initially. Eastern would provide four daily 
nonstop roundtrip flights between Norfolk and Atlanta 
with throi^h-plane service to Miami, Dallas- Ft. W^h, 
New Orleans and Birmingham, utilizing its DC-9 ^ts. 



Councii olcays 
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(From Page A- 1) 

excess of four acres. The 
11.8 acres in question is 
located near Davis Corner 
and would l>e used exclu- 
sively for Church pur-* 
poses, such as a church 
' building chapel, cemetary, 
administration offices, etc. 
Under the City's Code a 
^sburcb may bold up to SO 
acres, tax exempt. 

—Approved an ordinance 
prohibiting minors under 
16 years of age from fre- 
quenting Family Billiard 
Centers unless accompan- 
ied by their parent or 
guardian to bring the city 
in line with the State law. 

--Approved the closure 



of a portion of south Lyim- 
haven Road, Princess Anne 
on the request ot Jcrim X. 
and Marguerite O. Ara- 
gona. 

--Af^roved tax refunds 
totaling 1520.14. 

--Af^roved increasing 
the City's street closure 
fee from $30 to $100. 

--Authorized the City 
Manager to execute a lease 
with the Scbocd Board tar 
the site of the Blackwater 
Volunteer Fire Station, for 
a 40-year period at an an- 
nual rental of |1 for the 
five acre site. 

--An>roTed standard 
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value of the GEX property at $2,150,000. 

Accordi^ to the School Administration's plan, the 
building will be divided i^ three functlpns — a standard 
vocational-technical educatlra |Ht)gram in 80,000 sipiare 
feet of the tniilding, a special fictional technical pro- 
gram for handicapped students in 40,000 square feet, witti 
the remaining 30,000 square feet to be used tor a food 
service warehouse. 

Brickhouse said the schools now pay $1,800 a month 
for food storage at commercial warehouses. The cost 
has gone up 75% in the last year. In addition to savings 
in rental costs, the school system will be able to take ad- 
vantage of greater volume purchases. 

The plant will be developed in three stages during the 
next three years with completion anticipated for 1980 
to meet the 1976 General Assembly's deadline for al- 
terate plan education in the public schools. 

By 1980, Brickell said, the schools will be required to 
have a program functioning to provide Job ddlls train&ig 
for students who do not plan to enndl in post-secondary 
school programs. 

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Brickell said that the present Vocational Technical 
Education Center on North Landing Rrad has to turn 
away students every year. For the 1976-77 session the 
Center received 844 awlications and has only 463 open- 
ings. 

He added that the Center requires completion of two 
year programs for its courses wbQe tin proposed voca- 
tional program will have one year training for specific 
job skills. 

In conslderii^ the purchase of GEX, the schods 
were greatly influenced by Its location adjacent to Ihr 
Center for effective learning where special personnel re- 
sources and diapiostic facilities are available. 

Another contributing factor is the accessibility of ttie 
building to adult students in evening classes who have had 
difficulty with transportatlm to the VoTech Ceoterli^ 
the Princess Anne Courthouse area. 

Brickell said that the schools have identified 517 land- 
icaM>ed students between the ages of 14and20 in the city 
who presumably will be ottered job skills training the 
new facility. 



TOOmpactod 

Another 700 day stodeots are eiqieetad to beenterad in 
the one-year Job eitfry ^ills pninB. TkCM incMe 
students not admitted to the VoTeeh Ccilcr, itwiirti nt 
planning to take post-seooaduy scknd teiW^b IHbm 
not addeving in regolar frainas •■l4n|Bils.QFl4pll 
added Vt tha Bwcft' 8.| ^wcsitofi ol i liipi><a l» Iwr 
for a pdblic school system. — ' " '^_' 

firickeU said that Federal ftnds may Sai^^aile Inr 
renovating the building. Be added Oat one Faderalaid 
provision is specifically aimed at remodeling and rebuild- 
ing old structures. 

Althou^ Oie State has mandated the proviiloii otvoea- 
tional facilittes by localities, BrickeU said no^teftuds 
are expected. He said no construction funds haTe been 
provided by the State since the (Governor) Battle fimds 
in 19S2, 



Geisendorff picked 

The son ot a Virginia Beach cmiple has; be«t sdected 
to receive specialized training after umpletfiDg Air 
Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Tei. 

Airman James H. Geisradortf, whose parents ara 
U.S. navy Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Lester H. 
Geisendorff ot 104 Smythe Court, now #es to Chanute 
AFB, III., to attend the Air Training Comttand'saircraft 
equipment maintenance specialist course. 



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CewcUaian Robert B. Cromwell Jr. remarked that the 
Lq^isl^re has prescribed lofty legislation and goals, 
while leaving it up to the localities to raise the money. 
Told that the legislation had been passed In the last days 
of Uie Geoeial Assembly, Cromwell said "there's a good 
chance fBany dktai't know what they were voting on." 
, CmBCilman Patrick L. Standing wanted to know what 
effect larfe expenditures would have on the education of 
the average student body. 

BMch generous 

BrickeU said that Virginia Beach has been generous 
in siqiidyiog funds tor educatlod and "I don't feel that 
the iyerafe student has suffered because of thedisparity 
ot spending. 

The cost of educating handican)edstudentsis consider- 
ably greater. 

The new facility was not included intheSebool Board's 
five year ci^tal improvements program which was re- 
leased id: JionUiry because it wasn't until March that the 
Board learned ot the General Assembly's job skills edu- 
cation legishi^rai. 
- Vice Mayor George R. Ferrell, although voting for the 
purchase of GEX, said that he would prefer investing Ina 
. ae» bnOdlng. 

Mayw.J. Curtis Payne said that the establishment of 
the focUJty is not "a matter of compliance, but that there 
iras atremoidous need." 

Ifsapny 

Remaildng (» the State's unwillingness to provide 
tuidioi^ 'with its legislation, Councilman J. Henry McCoy 
Jr., said that it was a pity that "the General Assembly 
has picked on education ami health care as the places to 
be frugal." 

Under the School Board's plan the tacUity wUl be com- 
ideted in three phases begbming with the purcMse^ of 
GEX tor the renovation ot the building for the Center for 
tlie Handicapped and the beginning of work on the Stand- 
ard wcatlonal Tedtnlcal school during 1977-78 for 
$2,485,000. The third phase will see the completion of the 
*VoTecir School and the food service warehouse tor 
11,566,850 during 1979-80. 



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^391^23^ worth of carpeting. 
YouVe got a lot riding on us. 




We moved 
a lot of car- 
peting in 
1975. We es- 
timate that the '' 
market value for 
the carpeting shipped 
amounted to $391 ,623,376. 

Economy is the biggest 
reason carpeting companies and so 
many others choose rail. Ccwsider 
these figures for the thousands of 
things shipped by rail each year. The 
average cost per-ton-mile by truck is 
three times m much as by rail. Air ship 
ping is forty times the price. 

And the fuel crunch has made rail- 
road efficienfey more than just a matter 



of dollars and 
cents. It's a 
matter of 
delivering the 
goods with 
the smallest 
possible use 
of fuel. 

When you put all this togeflw with, 
the reliability of rail shipping you have 
a good idea why there's so much riding 
on us. And why you need Southern. 
So next time you have a carpet 
delivered to your house, remember we 
probably delivered it first. 




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TAKE THE 

Now that the children are out of school for the smiimer, 
take advantage of this time to teach them the things they 
need to know. Teach them about God and about the import 
tant values necessary in growing up. Parents are the most 
important source of knowledge about religion. Cliildren 
can learn more from you than from any single institution. 
Take the time to participate in your church's Vacation 
Bible SchooL There are many ways you can contribute— 
teaching, helping with music or art, or even serving ref resk 
ments. 

Take the time to attend church service as a family this 
summer. Children learn as much from what yon do as from 
what you say. If religion is an important part of your life, 
it will become important to them as welL Take the time 
this summer^youHl be glad you did. 




Interfaith service 
is scheduied July 4 



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Linkhorn Park ScImwI 
1413 Uskln Rd. 
481-4471 

Leonard Cambett 
Pastor 



Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service 

7:00 p.m. 




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IS NOT 

a playground for Saints 

but a hospital for Sinners 




Tldtwatwr Auto Parts 

5508 Va. Beach Blvd. 

John L. Vassar * Employees 497-4861 

Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 

C. C. Kirkpatrick ft Staff 497-8925 

HAM Contracting Co. 

815 Industrial Ave. 

Monte. P. Howell k Employees 545-7391 

John M. Wriglit Raaity, Inc. 

1964 Uskin Rd. 

John M. Wright t Associates 425-8702 

Kaliam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

311 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 

Bailey Parker Construction 

2242 Great Neck Rd. 

Baily Parker & Employees 481-7051 

Kellam & Eaton, Inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 

Frank t ffavid Kellam 427-3200 

Home Federal Savings A Loan Association 

IMSLaskinRa. 

Church Accounts Welcome 126-0327 

Sinriele Funeral Home 

' 3795 Bonney Rd. Between Independence 4i Rosemont 
Vic Semiele k Joe Hedgepetb 340-1717 

Compliments of Early Distributing Co. 
Haynes Fwnlture Company 

5324 Va. BMch Blvd. Va. Beach 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting k Assessories 



HIggins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 

Cecil II. Harrison k Associates 

Warren-Siebert-Page Inc. 

Jack SidMrt ii Staff 

Larasan Realty Corp. 

3041 Va. BeaiA Blvd. 

Lawr«ice A. StncUio k Associates 



420-3120 



Flowers 

Herbert HarreU, Florist 

Compliments of Ingram Pharmacy 

207-25thSt. 428-636S 

Price's incorporated 

4580 Pembrote Mall 

Brand Name AppUances-TV-Stereo 622-3706 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Taylor B. Carr k Employees 497-4854 

Charlie's SMfood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 

Mary E. Rdqwlz k Employees 491-9863 

Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 

James R. SUM k Associates 497-4851 

Smith & Keene 

5734 Senear Drive 

E. Gilbert Keens & Associates 420-1231 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 2981 8. Military Hwy. 
&iidy Bolin A Employees 

Winis Furniture at HHItop 

1712 Laskln Rd. 

L.H. Boms k Staff 428-5951 

Beach Ford 

2717 Va. Bead! Blvd. 

Jim Morrisette * Emidoye«s 486-2717 

Contractors Paving Co^ bw. 

3779 Bamvf Rd. 

Clink« Teets k Saff 840-1161 

Kemptvine Pharmacy 

S2M P^eess Asm Rd. 

Robert W. Clyborn-Lyia Lnvitt 497-3516 

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TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZERENE 

Rev. KvU iiolstein, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. 497-8703 

Sunday School Hr. - 9:45 

A.M. 

Hour otTriamphlO:SOa.m. 

Junior, Youtti, k Adult 

FellowsUp-6:00 P.M. 

Hour of Inspiration -7:00 

A.M. 

P.M. 

Wednesday Mid-week 

Up-lift 7:30 P.M. 



A monument is scheduled 
to be idaced in the Civic 
Center plaza in downtown 
Norfolk by Beach Protes- 
tant, Roman CatboUc and 
Jewish partldpaiA* -iAU^w 
Interfaith BieenteimlalCe- 
l^ration July 4. 

Plans for the iirterfaith 
religious celebratk», lobe 
held in Scope, and a model 
ol the mooaffient were pre- 
sented during the regular 
Council session by repre- 
seirtatives of the Norfolk- 
Vtr^nU BMCh Interfaith 
BieeDteonial Commission. 

The racHiument, made of 
a white coBcrete base, with 
a stainless steel flame, 
wUl stand 15 feet in height. 
It is being designed by Nor- 
folk sculptors, Victor A. 
Ptdeett and WllUam H. 
Pickett and WilUam H. 
Wagner. 

It will Gostaninalnute- 
ly 110,000 and wUl b« fi- 
nanced primarily by con- 
tributions from individuals 
Work at the site will be- 
gin In early June for com- 
idetion prior to July 4. 

"The monument will 
stand as a lasting symbol 
of the religloos iffinciples 
that have quided the nation 



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through (Mir first ZOOJrears 
and of the commitment we 
are making to serve God 
in the next 200 years," 
says the Rev. I^. Daniel 

Lafayette Presl^terlan 
Church and chairman of 
the Merfatth BicMrtennial 
Commlsskn. 

Representatives of more 
than ^ congregations of 
aU Faiths and denomina- 
Uons la Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Bea^ wiU partici- 
pate in tbe My 4 pro 
gram, "A Vigil for Liber- 
ty", scheduled for 1 p.m. 
inSc(9e. 

It wiU feature actors, 
dancers, singers, orches- 
tra and audiwce partici- 
pation in a 90 minute 
multi-medta presentation. 
Paul A. Kicklin, head of 
tte drama department at 
Old Dominion University, 
will direct the production. 
Mrs. E. Bradford Taze- 
vdl Jr., of VirginiaBetch, 
is program coordinator. 

An interfaith committee, 
composed d clergy and lay 
persons, has been at work 
for several months on the 
script for the program. Re- 
hearsals are sdMduled to 
begin in early June. 

The unveiling and dedi- 
cation of the monument will 
be part <A a brief cere- 
mony in the Civic Center 
.plaia sponsored by the 
Norfolk Bicentennial Com- 
mission. This will fbllow 
immediately after the 
Scope iHVgram. Partici- 
pants In the InterCalth ce- 
lebration in Scope will go 
directly to the Civic Cen- 
tor plain Ibr this cere- 
mony. 

The design forthe monu- 
ment and its location wrfle 
endorsed earlier this 
month by the Fine Arts 
Cngamlttee and the Pla^ 
niag Commission. 

This interfidth cel^ra- 
tloo has been endorsed by 
the Norfblk Bicentennial 
Commission and the Vir- 
ginia Beadi Bicentomial 
ConunlssloB as their ef- 
flcial religious bicen- ■ 
tamilal eveoAs for July 4. 
Resolotioes citing this 
interftltt Ucentnnial cele- 
bration are being prepared 
by the City Cornells of 
Norfolk and Virginia 
Beadi. Interalth Bicen- 
tennial Cmnmission of- 
ficials have cootlinated 
plans fbr the program witt 
otfieials of the two cities. 



Edwards 
Shafer 
winner 

Gary Edwards wu pre- 
sented the Sixth AuMtl W. 
B. Shafer, Jr., Awfrd last 
week at the ViiglBia Wes- 
leyan Seventh Annal Ath- 
letic Awards Banquet. 

Edwards is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. 
Edinrda of Virginia 
Beach. 

Tbe scholarsUp award 
is given anmally to tte 
athlete adUevii« ttt bMt 
all-round record in att- 
letics and scholarAlp fbr ' 
the year. Hm ntrd was 
osUUlshed by W. B. Sia- 
fer, Jr., ta Norfoft. 

Tom EngUdi, SOB itf Mr. 
Joes. J^^ldirfViiiinia 
Beach, received tte Most 
ValnaUe Player award in 
soeesr. 

Ttia Foley, son (tf Mr. 
tnd Mrs. William F.Folqr 
(^Virginia Beadi, recrt- 
ved the MVPawaixl ta 
lolf. 9 

Boach boy 
te composer 

Greg Jolmratt, a Junior 
at the Cidlege of WUliam 
and Mary btm Virgil 
Bea^, compcMMdamictor 
•e^arts of the program 
held bj Ort^is, WUliam 
and Mary's moduli itanee 
griMq), at tts recMt auqU 
program of dances. 



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KD hospital gets cash boost 



A business community fund drive launched this week 
for Children Hospital of The King's Daughters received 
an encouraging start with the pledge of $250,000 from 
Norfolk Shipbuilding A Drvdock Corooratlon 

Some SO ftind-raisers gathered for the kickofi at 

, Children's Hospital where Aubrey Graham, building hud 

drive chairman, and Mrs. Eleanor Bradshaw, president 

of the Norfolk City Union of The King's Daughters, 



Kellam cops 

International 
Club honors 

As a fitting climax to its year's activiUes, the Floyd 
E. Kellam High School JonlOB»Civitan<Club received 
. word on the last day of scboelthat it had been named 
the organisation's Intematiow|xlub of the Year, 
can achieve and this year nf^e Qian 600 clubs from 25 
districts in the U. S., Cadad, Ifezico and Australia 
competed fro the distimcttonl 

The award is based on t^ club's service activities 
involving the school and eonununity, participation in 
district and international projects, and the ctdiesiveness 
of the club membership. 

In late May, Uie Kellam club went to the District 
Convention in Ocean City, Maryland and paved the way 
to its intenuiional award by winning First Place-Com- 
munity ProJtKSt. First Place-Club Scrapbook, Outstanding 
Junior Civitan, Outstanding Club Sponsor, Third Place- 
School Project, Third PUce-Dlstrict PartidpaUon, and 
Outstandiiv Club of the Year. No other Chesapeake 
District Club has ever won this many honors. 

This year's club odleers, who helped to carry out 
the ideals of Civitan, were Susan COckrell, president 
Vince Marshall, vice president; Amy Bowers, secretary; 
and Bill Jackson, treasurer. Miss Betty Slovac^ 
is the club's faculty advisor at Kellam High, and Michael 
Jenkins is its advirosr from the sponsoring Senior 
Civitan Club. 

Beach to boot 
$960,000 bill 



accepted the $250,000 pledge from John Roper II, 
chairman of the board on Norfolk Ship. 

The fund-drive meeting signaled the beginning of an 
all-out two month effort in the 100-mile radius served 
by Chiodren's Hospital, aimed at raising J5 million 
toward the |14 million cost of a new building for 
Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters. 

As pert of the klckoff session, tours of the present 



ChUdrM's Hospital building, under the escort of doctos, 
pointed 19 the inadequacies of the present structure. 

"Minor infractions in the building don't threaten the 
current ffHeiert operation of Uie hospital, but they do 
Mid m> to a near violation of sUte Uws for health and 
safety' ' , Chairman Graham warned. 

Overcrowding, inadequate facilities, and total lack of 
some needed fecillties are disadvantages of the present 



building. For example. Children'*.- Hospital has iio 
emergency room plyslcal therapy area. X-ray facilities, 
or surgery recovery amUfltUaft J*""*- 

HeaMi planners predict* the building will become ob- 
solete within the next few years and the hospital will 

be confro^ed with the likelihood of clising, noted Fund 
Drive Clttirman Graham. 



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Higher premiums on Blue Cross-Blue Siield Hospi- 
talization will cost the city 9960,000 during the next 
fiscal year, representing pn incre4y|»e jit jM0$,«Q9. «m> 
premiums w^re last titised tw» years ago. 

Under the City's plan, the City pays for the subscriber 
iind the employee pays for dqjendent coverage. 

The subscriber premium has' gone up from |18,98 
to $32, all paid by the City. The subscriber and one minor 
.rate has gone up from $26 to $47.78 of which the sub- 
scriber will pay $15.78, and the Family rate will be 
$81.96 as opposed to $44.80 with the subscriber paying 
$49,96. The payments are monthly. 




Pam Antllley 
named queen 

at Dam Neck 



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Cash snafu forces delay 



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The wcertainty of the outcome of the revenue sharing 
legislation now in. Congress has forced the City to 
UeUy projects totaling $1,825,000. 

City Manager George L. Banbury told Council in an 

Infonnal session tiiat the Capital Improvement Pro- 

.gram had anticipated allocations would be extended 

• faeyond Dec. 31, so that the city would receive $4 millicHi 

during fiscal 1977. 

However, with legislation stiU pending in Congress, 
Hanbury has recommended going ahead with only three 
projects which wUl cost $2,175,000. They are Potters 
Road, Holland Swamp Rowl, Phase I, and Loig Creek 
Canal. 

Delayed are an addition to the Administration Build- 
ing, Fire Station #3 London Bridge, Oceana West In- 
dustrial Part, General Booth Boulevard, Phase I, part 

Beach TCC sets 
alcoholism course 

The Virginia Beadi Campos of Tidewater Community 
CoUege will offer an eight- we^ course in Understanding 
AlcohoUsm beginning Thursday at 7:80 p.m. 

This non-credit, community service course will be 
U<^t by Jim Nichols and is designed to clear iq) 
myths and misconceptions about alcohol, alcohoUcs, 
and alcoholism. Course level will appeal to the gwieral 
DubUc, medical, social, pastoral woriters and slso 
^tudenU with majors in PiiUc Services and SocW 
Sciences. 

For further information call the Office of Continuing 
Education at 427-3070, Ext. 114.. 



of P(Mers Raod; Diamoml Springs Road, Pleasure House 
Road, Holland Swamp Road Phase m, KempsvUle Road, 
. South Boulevard, and North Lynnhaven Road. 

The project are to be financed with revenue sharing 
and biterest utilization funds. 

Bayside plans 
library class 

The Bayside Branch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library will preseht a mini-course in library usa^e 
for young people ages 11 to 14 between June 30 and 
July 29. 

The course will meet each Wednesday for five weeks 
at 10:30 a.m. at the library. 

All interested persons must pre- register for the course 
at the Bayside library between June 16 and 28. 

Ms. Kathy Connell of the Bayside staff has designed 
this mini-course to introduce young people to the library 
and its available sources which can provide assistance 
with school work and gaining information. 

Through group projects using the sources within 
the library itself, Ms. Connell will assist the young 
peo|de In learning how the library and the student can 
work together. 

There is no charge for this course. However every- 
one must pre-register. 



At one time you had to 
look around a lot Just to 
find a woman in the mili- 
tary, let alone in the Navy, 
but as with everything 
times have changed. 

Selection of a "MS Mili- 
tary Dan Neck" proved not 
only only that there are 
more women doing more 
jobs In the service today, 
but also that there are 
many servicewomen who 
are darned pretty. 

D6 3 Pamela S. AntUley 
who was selected to r^re- 
sent the Dam Neck complex 
during Armed Forces Day 
funcUons as MS Military 
Dam Neck, was not, how- 
ever, selected for her looks 
alone. 

All nominees from the 
three major commands lo- 
cated at Dam Neck (Fleet 
Combat Direction Systems 
Training Center. Naval 
Guided Missile School, and 
Fleet Combat Direction 
Systems Support Activity) 
were screened hrSt by' 
their parent command and 
then by a selection board 
comprised of repres^- 
^ ;Uves from each command 
1 on &eb«risofpierfin'n«uce 
personality, poise, attrac- 
tiveness in uniform, and 
responses to questions 
asked by the selecUcm 
board. 

What may be the most 
surprising is that only two 
of the finalists for the hon- 
or wer« single, the other 
four finalists were married 
most to non-military citi- 
zens who work in the Vir- 
ginia Beach community. In 
addition they represented 
different ratings and rates. 
Petty Officer Ai^lley, 
who resides with her hus- 
band in Virginia Beach, is 
originally from Barlow, 
Kentucky and has been In 
the Navy for two and a 
"" half years. 



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She enjoys the Navy and 
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and plans to stay in the Navy 
for at least one more en- 
listment. Having recently 
been selected for promo- 
tion to E-5, Petty Officer 
Antllley is a stnmg be- 
liever in the OHiortunltles 
the service otters women 
today. 

Petty Officer Antllley 
will represent the Dam 
Neck base at the Virginia 
Beach Armed Forces Day 
parade and at an Armed 
Forces Day luncheon. 

Other finalists for the 
honor were YN3 Peggy Van 
Zant, DP3 Shirley Barrett, 
YNSN Cathy Thomas, Os- 
SN Susan Whitley, and YN- 
SN Jean Donofrio. 



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Beach aourmets 



If you like great food, local history 
and lore, plus a smattering of breath- 
taking area sketches then The Virginia 
Beach Cookbook is what the doctor or- 
dered. 

The magnificent volume contains 237 
fact and fun-filled pages, and isthe work 
of our own Dolphin Circle, a community 
service organization already known for 
its fine labors. This project started as 

jl King's Daughters cookbook but just 
kept on growing. 

^ .cJhe Virginia Beach Cookbook is a 
beautiful collection of donated favorite 



Dolphin 

Circle 

recipes 

big buy 



Shrimp Continental 

"Prepare a day ahead. Good company red^' 



4 slices bacon, diced 

2 stalks celery, sliced 

3 onions, sliced thin 

3 green peppers, cut in 

rings 
1 clove garlic, minced 
1 (number 2) can okra, 

drained 



1 (number 2) c&n tomatoes 
% to ^ cup ketchup 

1 (12 ounce) bottle beer 

2 pounds cooked, shelled 

shrimp 
salt and pepper to taste 
hot, cooked rice 



In skillet, cook bacon until crispy; drain, and set aside. In 
same skillet in bacon fat saute' celery, onions, peppers, and gar- 
lic until soft (about 7 minutes); add okra, tomatoes, ketchup, 
beer; simmer 45 minutes or until mixture thickens slightly. Re- 
turn bacon to skillet. Add shrimp, and season to taste with salt 
and pepper. Heat. Serve over rice. If more sauce is needed, add 
1 or 2 cans tomato sauce during latter part of cooking. 




recipes from local residents and pro- 
fessional diefs. Contents include sec- 
tions on: beverages, hors d' oeuvres, 
soups and stews, salads and salad dres- 
sings, meats, poultry and game, seafood, 
vagetables, breads, desserts, cakes, 
pies, cookies, potpourri, prominentpan- 
tries and tons and ions of other goodies.' 

It would be impossible to listallthose 
involved in the project. Suffice to say that 
Dolf^in Circle deserves all the credit 
one can possibly give them. To order a 
copy, drop a line to The Virginia Beach 
Cookbook, P.O. Box 874, Virginia Beach, 
Va., 23451. 

So too is it unlikely that one here 
could capture the unique flavor of this 
masteffi^, ypluima.. So wift. pr^nral dooa. 
or two of our favorite recipes. Most, 
by the way, are fairly easy to make and 
utilize Beach-area ingredients, es- 
pecial ly strong on savory seafood dishes. 

Plaudits also to the artists, whose 
work spices the book: J. Fletcher Bry- 
ant, Jan Dooi, John S. Hall, Mrs. Helen 
Jefferson, Nan E. Johnson, Vance Mit- 
chell, L. B. Moore, Rip Rylance and 
Margaret Yerby. 



Public 
Notices 



MOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The ViTKiofii Bwcb Botid of Zoning AjvealswiUcaniiuct 
t Pitfdic Baartog on Wedaeflday, Juljr 1, 1976, at 7:30 
P.U. in tbe Circuit Court Room «6, Cltjr Hall. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Hie foUowii« appUcatkns will i]>petr 
on the agenda. 

PLEASE MAKE 1K}TE OF THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

1. (Dtferred June 2, 1976). Clyde Aiwalmn by James 
£. Jard miMtts a nriance to allow patting in the 
required led>ad( from a street where prohibited (Aore 
Drive, Red Tide Ro«l and £U> Tite Road) and to mlve 
the re<inired landscapiag In tiie seUiad on Lots IS, 
16, 17. 18, 19, A to. Block F, Lynabaveo Put, Sbore 

Elve bt^tea Red Tide and Ebb Tide Roads. Lynn- 
ven Borough. 

2. Fak Corporation by E. B. Llndsley, Jr. reqpiests 
a variance to move a nonconforming blUbcard in <Htler 
to conforin with Federal regidatfans of 300 feet Mpara- 
tlon betwew billboards on a Parcel, Block 0, LyumaTen 
Stores, Store Drive and Vl^ Circle, hjmhvttm Bor- 
on^. 

3. Peter D. and Sandra K. Nlion request a variance oi 
4 fe^ in fence height to a s foot fence instead ottt 
foot feaee as allowed (east {wt^rty Une) <■ Lots 10 
and 12, Block 51, ^ladowlawa HelgtaU, 710 10th Streri. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

4. G. L. Harrington requests a nriance to allow part- 
ing in tte required U toOk ttoA yard settiack vtere 
pnAlbitad and to waive tto reqpdred lawlscaping on 
LoU 5,t,7, A I, Block 4S, EneUd PUce, Jers^ Avene. 
Baysiito Borough. 

5. Ge(»ie W. Price, Jr. nquesto a nrtsMe <dt tert 
to a 4 foot side ^rd ^taa IniKnd ^ 10 teet as re- 
Vilred (east {roperty IUm) oa Lot 141, the Hollies, 
304 48th&-ee( Vii^nla BaM Borough. 

6. Mr. Md Mrs. J. V. Fni^i^ B. M. Haling, Heritage 
Gro^, be. reqnrat a vaiiaace <a I.S feet to a 7.5 
ft»t sfalt )«rd sM)aefc tnMad of 10 IM as required 
(west pi^erty line-fireman) on IxA 24, Chelsea, 17M 
upper OMaea Reach, himtmim Borou^. 

7. E. c: Brace I9 AUI Omitraetioa Coqtorattam re- 
qu^a « vartaace of a> feet to a M foot froat yard 
sMbadr bste«l itf 50 bet as require ol Lot », Hodt 
1, Saadk^e Beach, StandMdler Road. Prints Ame 
Borflirtfc 

I. W^r Itoberts 1^ AIM CMStmctto Corporatioo 
reqi^As a variaace o< K> feet to a 30 ftxA fro^yard 
setbaiA tnie^ (tf ^ feet as rer^red otlMi. Trad 



B, Se^ioB t, SaaiBirkige Beach, South Sandfiddler RMd. 
Pria«sa Aant B4»«agh. ..... 

». Rcbert L. Brltt requests a variance of 5 feet to a 
5 toot side yard Mbaek instMd of 10 feet as required 
and to allow a 47% lot coverage instead of a 40% lot 
coverage as allowed on Lot B, Block 68, Shadowlawn 
Htrights, Carolina Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

10. H. R. Heath reqimts a variance of 4 feet to a 6 
foot sMe yard aettiack lastMd of 10 feet as required 

aiA property line) on Lot 4, Block 57, Ocean Park, 
76 Jafferaoa Boidevard. Bayslde Boro(«h. 

11. Dr. Robert S. Hrff requests a variance to allow 
2 fe^ in fence heigU to a 10 toot fence instead of an 
• toot fence as allowad (teuiis court) on Lot 1, Witch- 
Omk Poiaft. 1»>0 Lawrowe Grey Drive. Bayside Bor- 

12. Rtehard N. Cat requMts a variance of 8 feet to a 
17 to9t setback tim Cleveland Street instead of a 25 
toot setback aa required and to allow parking in the 
required setback from^a street where prohibited on 
LoU 20 and 21, Block 43, Ei«:lid Place, Southgate Ave- 
nue and Clevelaad^StrMt Bayside Borough. 

13. A V *SiW't*f« requests a variance to allow park- 
ti« la tto required 2S toot setback from Viking Drive 
wtore pnAUdted on Parcel 10, Oc^na Industrial Park, 
AvMi^r IMve. Lyi^iavea Borough. 

14. Paul J. Kaiaeras l» Henry H. Richardson HI re- 
qahsts a variaaM (d 15 feet to a 3S fMt front yard 
aethadL instead ^ 50 feet as required on Parcel C, 
Se^iea B^ Triaeeu Aaae Hills Park, Discovery Road. 
tymdHtvw Borough. 

15. Terraoce L. and Maria I. Bowhuls requests a var- 
luce (tf 3 tort to a 27 foirt frmt yard setback Instead 
of a 30 foot settwck as reqpdred of Lot 46, Block 37, 
4813 Peactorertc Lane, Angona Village. Bayslde Bor- 
ough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST APPEARBEFORE THE BOARD 

W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

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Bkis are beiiigreceivedfor 
materials and nrviees 
pertaiaiog to siwera in 
Seatadt araa. naaacr«ttlt 
prices by itm SOth 2:30 
P.H.atU.E.WUklas,Inc., 
to Mr. Wl]ldBS.S774 Prin- 
cess Anne Rd.Virgbila 
Beach. 



(ffiDER OF PUBUCATION 
ta tte Clot's Qlllce ol tte 
Circatt Court of the City 
of Vlrglala Bea^ on the 
l«h day of Jnae, 1976. 
EUaabeth WUsoaWoodnff, 
Plaintur, 



against 
A&Mrt 



C. Woodruff, m. 



VirgiaU, m last known 
post (dfice address being: 
317 Marion Sreet, Seattle 
Washington 98104 It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy-teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Cieit. 

Breitt, Rutter A Montagna 
720 AtlanUC Nat. BankBldg 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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Tto object of this salt 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo Biatrlfflonil from 
tto said delSndant qioB tto 
gronads of tfasertioo. 
And aaaflldavittavingbeen 
made and fUedttat tto de- 
fendut is a MB-resldent 
of tto State of Vir^te, 
tta last known post olllee 
. address baiaf : 938 Mrth 
A, Apt. ATTiilare, Qdi- 
tenia 93274 it U ordered 
that to «lQaf|iear,tot&„u 

do what amy be necessary 
to pcotact his Interest in 
tUsiait. 

A COPT-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CnrtU Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerfc. 
Maifhy * Beuett 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virglaia Baach, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
la tto Cleric's Office of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
tto 16thJlay of Juae, Ji76. 
Carolyn Yvonne Springs, 
Plaintiff, 



aa^ OF PDBUCATK}N 

la tto Clort's OOlea of tte 

Circatt Cowi ta tto City 

<a Virginia Beach, on tto 

14th day o< Jaae, 1976. 

Myra Oisabeth Bakawdl. 

Pb^lf, 

uaiart 

Ctei ato ^ r Robia Bake- 

DetMdant. 

Tto obieet of this suit 
If to <MalB a (ttvorce a 
vtaodo aatilmoBli from 
Urn said d^aadaat qpoa tto 
griNBds of ooe year sep- 
aratloa. 

Aad aaaflidavtt toting beea 
made aadfUadttitf tto de- 
tieadant la a aoa-reaident 
of th» State of Vlrglala, 
tte last knowB post otOce 
address beiag: c/o Mr. A 
Mra. R. BakeweU, 15 De«>- 
dale Drive, I.easingtom, 
aeatord. LlncolasMre. 
EiKILAND it U johtorad 
ttat todo^ipeartorewia- 
ia tea (10) dajn after due 
p rtMi c aliOB toreof , aad do 
wtot amy to aaeeasary te 
proted Ua MN«st la ttU 
satt. - - 

A COPY -TBTE: JOBS V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Cartis Fruit, De- 
prtyCleit. 

Mr. WUUam H. Cokaia, 
Jr. 

»I7 Ladda Rout 
VirgUa Baat^ Vlrgiaia 

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Duval Rotort Springs, 
Defendant. 

Tto object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimnili from the 
said defMdant, upon tto 
n grounds of ooattnaoasi tsM > 
, , uninterrupted separation 
for a period la excess of 
ooe year. 

Aad aaafUdailttovingbeen 
made and filed ttot the de- 
fendaat is a aon-resident 
of tte SUte of Virginia, 
tto last known post office 
addrey toing: 536 Kosi- 
coodu Street, Brooklyn 
New York it is ordered 
that to do appesr here 
irtthln ten (10) days after 
due pubUcaooB hereof, and 
do wtot may to necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen, D.C. 
Qerfc. 

Job p. Elchler, Atty 
701 PUsa One BaUding 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
b tte Cleit'a Office 
irftto Circ^Conrtoftto 
City <tf Vlq^^ Baaeh. OB 
tto ^ day tf May, 1971 
lliltoa E. Sell^, 
Pbltfiff, 



OBDOl OF PUBUCATION 

b tto Cleit's Office of tte 

Circatt Court of tte City 

of Virglaia Beach, on tte 

15tt day of June, 1976. 

Joyce Ann Lankford Long, 

Plabttft, 

against 

Jessie Donald Long 

Defendairt. 

Tto di4ect of this suit 
is to obtata a divorce a 
viacalo matrimonii from 
tte said defemtaat, qx» 
tte growds of desertkm. 
Aad anaffidavtttovliubeai 
nude and filed ttat due 
dlllgance has been used Iqr 
or In behalf of tto Com- 
pRaaait to ascertain in 
which conaty or corporta- 
tloa tto defndaitf U, wtth- 
oot tftot, tto bat known 
port c^ce addrMS being: 
154 Soatt CommanctoClu- 
rter, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia tt Is ordered ttot to 
do appear here within toi 
(10) &fs after daenddic- 
atkm hereof, and (to wtot 
may te 'necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
PENTRfSS, CLERK 
BY: Vlr^nia B. Allen D. 

a«t. 

Woodruff G. Griffin, Atty. 

P. 0. Box S23S 

Va. BmtA, Va. 234S3 

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Dtfaadart. 

Tto lAJaet of this siitt 
Is to ebiab a <tecree <d 
ttvorea a ^mdo ma- 
trteotf fTM drtMsBibnt 
9m tto ^muta of Uvlag 
s^ante nd ^art In- a 
period or CM year. 
, And aa affidivH toving , 
beoa m^ ud filed ttitf ' 
tto Meadaat Is a aea- 
resideat of tto Slate of 



CKDER OF PUBUCATK}N 
b tto Clerk's (Xfice of 
tte Circatt Court of tto 
City a Virginia taich, on 
tte »h day (tf May, mi 
Oon« Aodrey Durante, 
PlaiatUt, 
^ainrt 

Aattoey Diraide, 
Datoadart. 
Tte object ol this suit 



is to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii ttom 
tte said itofMitert, ivontte 
grounds of tte parties tov- 
ing lived entirely separate 
and apart for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit toving 
been made and filed that 
tte defendant is a non - 
resid«it of tto Sirte irf 
Virginia, tte lart known 
port (rffiee address being: 
3235 Frespo Avemw, Pm- 
sacola, Florida it is or- 
dered that he do uipear 
tore ilfitUn ten (10) days 
after ^e pubUcatioa tore- 
of, and do wtot may te 
necessary to p<otert his 
interest in tUs raU. 
A copy-Terte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Alien D, 
Clerk. 

Christie A Crtterman 
245 Firrt Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. tUM 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b tte Clerk's Office of 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virglab Beach, on 

tte 7tb day of Jime. 1976 

John D. Densmore, 

PUintiff, 

agalnrt 

Imogene L. Densmore, 

Defendant. 

Tto rtiject of this suit 
is to obtab a divorce A 
Mensa Et Ttoro to to lat- 
er merged into a divorce 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from 
tte said defendart, qxm 
the grounds of Desertion 
on Augurt 5, 1975. 

And an affidavit toving 
been made aiid filed ttot 
Due diligence bu been 
used by and OB behalf of 
the plantiit to ascertab 
in wtot county or Corpor- 
ation tte ddendeat b, witt- 
out effect, the lart known 

?Drt office address bebg 
10 D. E. Leicester Ate., 
Norfolk, Va. it is order- 
ed ttot she do appear tore 
witbb Ten (10) Days af- 
ter due publication here- 
of, and do wtot may to 
necessary to protert tor 
irterert b thb suit. 
A (xmr-Terte: JOHN V. 
FEN'TRESS, Cleric 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Decker, Zoby, Colllas A 
Christie p.q. 
Suite 900 

One Mab Plaaa Eart 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCA'nOH 

to tto Clerk's Office <tf 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginb Beach, 00 

tte 7tt day of Jute, 1976 

Robin Cheryl Greenfield 

Moran, 

Pbbtlff, 

agalnrt 

Mlidiael Lee Moran, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of thb suit 
is to obtab a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, qxm tte 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit toving 
been made and filed ttoi 
Due diligence baa beeo us- 
ed by and on behalf irf tte 
pUrtitt to ascertabbwtot 
ccnmty or corporatioo 
tte defeodoit is, wittort 
effect, tte lart known port 
office address brtng 616 
or 618 Red Horse Late, 
Norfolk, Va. U b order- 
ed ttot to do i^ipMr tore 
wlthb Ten flO) da^ af- 
ter due publication here- 
of, and do wtot may te 
necessary to protect his b- 
terert b this sutt. 
A oqqr-Terte: Joto V. 
Fertress, Cleric 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cbrk 

Harold J. Goodman p.q. 
1120 S^iarrow Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
b tte Clertc's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte City 
of Virginb Beach, on tte 
Midayof June, 1976 
Comnumweaitt of Vir- 
ginb 
Plaintiff, 
agalnrt 

One 1968 Ford Futura W 
No. 8X21T14ft44S 
Matt Arthony Fatteriy, 
Defmbirt. 

Tte (4>Ject of thb srtt 
b for tto detonbrt, Mark 
Aatboiv Fatteriy, to tkom 
cause, m tto 29tt day of 
July, 1976, b tto CIrcrtt 
Court of tte City td Vir- 
ginb Beach, rt 10:00 A.M. 
why tto saki 196SF{wdFa- 
tara sbwld not teeoaiton- 
ned and s^ to otorte 
forfrtture, as piwided tw 
bySeGtlc»4-S6ottteCode 
of Virginb (1950), u 
afflMded. 

And an affltbvit toving 
been made and fUed thrt 
tto d^enbat b a aoa- 
resMat and hb brttawaa 
tddressM were im Myr- 
tle Ave., Cimsiwaato, Vir^ 
giab; aad Itoitte 5, Boa 
220, L«dagton, Virgiab. 
R is ontered ttot Ibric 



mmmmmmm 



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ARtbonir Fetterly do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
4 after due publication here- 
of, and do what may l>e 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: Barbara A. Walls, DC. 
Paul A. Sclortino, Deputy 
Attorney for the Common- 
wMlth 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In tlw Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
IMk day of June, 1976. 
Saidrt Louise Jones, 
PUiMlff, 
afslnst 

Mlcteel Ralph Jones, 
Debattuit 

The object of this suit i.> 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
oito matrimonii from the 
Slid defendant, upon the 
irouads of desertion. 
And an affldavit having been 
made and fUed that due 
diliCMce has been used by 
or m bdialt of the Com- 
plaiaairt to ascertain in 
whicb county or corpora- 
tiM tiie defendant is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
m Pigliter Drive, Virginia 
Beacb, Virginia it is or- 
dered that be do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of,- and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginia B. Allen d., 
Clerk. 

Sandra Louise Jones 
1252 Ocena Blvd. 
Virginia Beacb, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the 
I City ta Virginia Beach, on 
the 2«th day of May, 1976 
Darren Wayne Wells, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Margaret Ann Wells, 
Defendant. 
" TKb oblecr of tWs suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant tqion the 
grounds of sqnration of 
tbt parties tor a period 
in excess of one (1) y«ir 
in accordance with provi- 
sions of 20-91 (9) (a) of 
the Code of Virginia, 1950, 
as amended. 

AM an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the SUte of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
824 Elisabeth Sreet, Key 
West, Florida 33040 it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten aO) days 
after dae piditication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk 

Moore, Brydges * Cohen 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
VilginU Beacb, Virginia 

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the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Section 20-91 
(9) having lived separate 
and apart for the period in 
excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia the last known post of- 
fice address being; CSC- 
3rd. infantry, APO, 09045 
it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy.Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginia B. Allen D. 
Clerk 

Clements, Bowerman t 
Hauser 

3284 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tbe Clert's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

1st day of Jine, 1976 

Deborah Gamble Walter, 

Plaiatiff, 

against 

Melvln L. Walter, Jr. 

Defendant. 

The Object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tbe said defendant upon the 
grounds of separation (rf 
the partl« for a period 
la excess mi one year (i.e. 
May 19, 1974). 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tbe det«dant is a non- 
rMident ot the State of 
Virglila, the last taown 
DMt office uldress being: 
c/o Melvln L. Walter, Sr 
p(»t Trailer Park, Lrt 146 
i^ipalacian, New York, it 
is ordered tiat he do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due pnblication 
hereof, and do what may 
be necesMry to protect 
Us interest in this suit. 
A eopy-TMte: JOHN V. 
FENTOESS, CLEWC 
By: J. CttrtU Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
J()kt D. Hooker, Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
.^Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, m 

tte 3ni day of June, 1976, 

&Ddra June ^owdeo, 

Plaiatlfl. 

gainst 

Alan D. toowden. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 27tb DAY OF 
May, 1976. 

In re: Adoption of Tracy 
Lym Moore, a minor under 
the age of fourteen (14) 
years. 

Bv: John Harold Riggs and 
Linda Gene Riggs, 
Petitioners 

To: Charles Bud Moore 
Route #2 
Fallon, Nevada 
Chancery «:-76-783 

This day came John Har- 
old Riggs and Linda Gene 
Riggs, Petitioners, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named infant (s), 
Tracy Lynn Moore, by 
Jobn Harold Riggs and 
Linda Gene Riggs, husband 
and wife, and affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
Charles Bud Moore, a na- 
tural parent of said chiM 
(ran), is a non-resident of 
the SUte of Virgiida, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Route #2 Fal- 
lon, Nevada 

it is therefore Ordered 
that the stU Charles Bud 
Moore appear before this 
Courtwithin ten(10) days 
after publication ta this 
Order and indicate Us/her 
attitude toward tbe pro- 
posed adoption, or other- 
wise do what is necessary 
to |n«teet his intemt in 
ans matter;^ 
A copy terte: 

John V. Fontrass, Clerk 
By: Viiginla B. Allen DC. 
Stanley A. PUlUps 
P.O. Box 4037 
VirginU Beach, Va. 

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A c<H)y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Pickett, Spain L Lyle 
P.O. Box 2127 
Virginia Beach, VirginU 

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(HtDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

im day of June, 1H76. 

Dlmltrios Demerttis, 

Plalttlff, 

against 

H^Hirm Demertzis 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to (Main a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from tbe 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year to-wit, 
,., from 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
the State of VirRinia, the 
last know post office add- 
ress l>eing: 735 South 
Broadway, Baltimore, 
Maryland it is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due puUicaUon^raof , find 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her Interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK.' 
BY: VirginU B. AUen C.C, 
Clerk. 

Dedcer, Zoby, et al 
One Main PUBa|ast 
Norfolk, Va*'' 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office cS the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of VirginU Beach, on the 

ISOi day of June, 1976. 

Jody McCabe Moore, 

PUUntiff, 

against 

James R. Moore, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
moisa et thoro from the 
said deffentant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and tiled that ttie de- 
fendant U a non-resident of 
the aate of Virgtaiia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Box 2641, 
APO, New Yor, 09324 it U 
ordered that he do appear 
here within tenflO) days 
after due publication bere- 
Q|[^nd do what may l>e 
oHpIsary to protect Us 
interest in tUs suit. 
A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: VirginU B. Allen D. 
Clerk. 

J. Cameron Mann 
4405 Ben Fraiddin Lane 
Va. Beach, Va. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Va. Beach, on the 2nd day 
of June, 1976. 
Thomas M. Hestle, 
PUintiff, 



against 

Robin Edwards Hestle, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be mer- 
ged into a divorce a vin- 
culo nutrimottii from the 
said defendant, upon tbe 
grounds of desertion. 



' And an affidavit havinr 
been made and filed that 
the defradant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
VirginU, the Ust known 
post office address being; 
791 Sagamore Hill Drive, 
Marietta, Georgia it Is orr 
dered that he do appear 
here witUn ten ao) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Merest in this suit. 
A copy-teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Bv: VirginU B Allen D., 
Clerk. 

WalUce B. Smith 
#4 Stoney Point 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATI(»( 

VIRGDnA: IN THE 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGIHIA BEACH 

ON THE lOTH DAY OF 

JUNE, 1976 

In tbe matter ot the ad(qi- 

tionof 

ANN MARIE CAPPARELLI 

an Infant. 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-76-897 

The object of the above- 
styled suit is for the pe- 
titioner, WAYNE OSCAR 
LARSON, to ad(^ ANN 
MARIE CAPPARELLI, an 
Infant. 

And it ^yearing by af- 
fidavit filed according to 
Uw that LEONARD E. 
CAPPARELU, the natural 
l^bft'tf siOd in4i^, is not 
a reWMijIr'dr tJtoaUte, it 
'^is, tWrefote. raUJERED 
that the Hid L^NARD E. 
CAPPARELLI do ^year 
within t«i days after due 
piihlication of fliis Order, 
in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of VirginU Beacb, VirginU 
and do what is necessary 
to protect Us interest. 

And it is further OR- 
DERED that tUs Order be 
pdtdished once a week for 
four successive weeks in 
tbe Vir^nU Beacb Sun, a 
Mwqmper published in the 
C^ of VirginU Beach, 
Vlniida. 

A Co|7 Teste: John V. 
Fuitress. Clerk 
By: VirginU B. Allen, DC 
laskfortUs: 
Ruber! L. Sinv«on,Jr. 
Attorney Ibr PeWiooer 
3500 Va. Beadi Mvd. 
VirgiaU Beach, Va. 

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Tte object of this suit 
U to oMaia a divorce a 
vinculo matrtmcnii from 



(«DER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of VirginU Beach, on 
the 1st day of June, 1976 
Patsy Brown Cox, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Sherman Parker Cos, 
Defendant. 

The i^ect of tUs suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimooii from 
tbe said drieodant upon the 
grounds of separation ft>r 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a nm- 
resld^ (tf tbe ^te (tf 
VirginU, the Ust known 
post (rffice address being: 
Post Office Box 337, Uni- 
versal Park, Moyock, 

North Carolina it is or- 
<fered tint he do iwe»i 
here wttUn ta (10) days 
after dm publlcatiiA here- 
in, and do wtat may be 
aeMssaty to footed Us 
Mcratf in tUs suit. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE cmcurr court of 

THE Cmr of VIROINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 14th 
DAY OF Jme. 1976 
b re: Adoption ol Chris- 
tie Marie Edwards 
By: WtlUam R. * Rath 
G. Edwards 
Petttionen 
To: fnak Adkins 
c/o General DeUvery 
Sbm.Kertudcy 

In Chancery 

# C-76-910 

l^ls day came William 
R. ^Iwards Ori fttt E 
Edwards, PetitlMiera, and 
reprMMted that Oie ob- 
ied <rf Ois i»oceedi!« U 
b effect the adoptkmtrfthe 
tfiove named intud, Chris- 
tie Marie &twards, by WU- 
liaffl R.&imrdswdMtt 
G. Edwards, hurimad and 
wife, and afO^irtt having 
beeB<nuule and fiM that 
frank Addns, a neural 
parest d said child. U a 
Bon-resldeA <d tteaateof 
VlrgtoU, the tort known 
post (rtfice ^dress betaig: 
c/o General DeUvery, 
acne, Kodw^ 

R U tterelsn (Mered 
tM ttc Mid Fiadi AiUns 
qmar MAire Ma Coert 
^iln ten (10) lUys after 
prfdication d this Orter 
and taidicate Us attitute 
tomrd the pn^cwed ado- 
plioa, or oOenrtsedo what 
U necessary to ^«ted his 
UervM in ttU matter. 
AeomrtMr. 

Jdu V. Feidms, Cleric 
Uvtee 4 Friedman p.q. 
160 Newtown Road 
VlrgtaU Bach, Virginia 

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ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
OTY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE 27th DAY OF 
May, 1976. 

In n: Adoption of BREN- 
NAN aiAYNE GILLIAM 
and TRBTAHLAYNE GIL- 
LIAM 

By: Coogie C. GillUm, 
Jr. and Maxine L. GillUm 
Petitioners 

To: Hubert Lee McGlotUn 
810 Louisiana Avenue 
Ferriday. Louisiana 
Chancery #C-76-841 
This day came Coogie C. 
GillUm, Jr. and Maxine L. 
Gilliam, Petitionera , and 
rqirasented that the object 
ei tUs proceeding is to ef- 
fect- tbe adiqitiQO otthe 
above named infants (s), 
Brennan Shayae Gilliam 
, and TrIrtanLiiyttirGBUflB 
by Coogie C. Gilliam, Jr. 
and Maxine L. GillUm, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Hubert Lee 
McGlothin, a natural par- 
ent of said child(rra), is a 
non-resident of the SAateof 
VirginU, the last known 
post office address being: 
810 Louisiana Avenue, 
Ferriday, Louisiana 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Hubert Lee 
McGlotUn appear before 
tUs Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
tUs Order and indicate his/ 
attitude toward the propos- 
ed adi^ioo, or oUierwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect Us Interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: VirginU B. Allen D.C. 
Barry Kairtor, Esq. 
Adler t Kantor 
706 Plaaa One Bldg. 
NorfoUc, VA 23510 

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what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Virginia B. Allen D.C. 
WillUm F. Bainside p.q. 
P. 0. Box 1062 
Va. Beach, Va, 

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SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GINIA BEACH 
June 7, 1976 

IN THE MATTER OF THE 
ESTATE OF 

EDWIN CHARLES, DE - 
CEASED 

CP #4250 

It aH>earing to the Court 
that a r^ort of the ac- 
counts of E. Leslie Cox 
and RcAwrt E. Charles, Co- 
Executors of the Estate of 
Edwin Charles, deceased, 
and of the debts and de- 
mands against his estate 
has been filed in the Clerk ' s 
Office of this Court; and 
that six months has elap- 
sed since the qualifica - 
tions; on motion of the 
personal represenUtives, 
it is ORDERED that the 
creditors of and all oth- 
ers interested in the Es- 
Ute of Edwin Charles, de- 
c&ised, do show cause, if 
they can, on the 25th day 
of June, 1976 at 10:00 a. 
m. before this Court at its 
courtroom against pay- 
ment and delivery of the 
net esUte of said dece- 
dent to the legatees with- 
out requiring refundii^ 
bond; and it is 

ORDERED that the fore- 
going portion of this Or- 
der be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
pidilUhed and having a gen- 
eral circuUtion in the City 
of VirginU Beach, Vir- 
ginU. 

A C(vy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: J. Curtis ^ruit, D.C. 
WE ASK FOR/THIS: 
E. Leslie Cpx 
Attorney pr the EsUte of 
Edwin Charles, Deceased. 

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ORDER 
VmCaHU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
cmr OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE 21$t DAY OF MAY 
1976. 

In re: Adiqitlon of Lawrence 
SchexneMer and Joyce 
Marie Schexaeider 
By: Jcrim S. Jones and 
Marlene R. Jones, Peti- 
tioners 

To: MarlaU Main S<^ex - 
neider 

13 Mason Sreet 
Gretna Louisiana 

In Chancery 
«C-76-342 
TUs day came John S. 
Jones and Marlene R. 
Jones, Pettthmers, andre- 
preseUed that the (Aject 
of tUs proceeding is to ef- 
fect ae adoption of the above 
named inUnt(s), Lawrence 
Schexneider and Joyce 
Marie Schexneider, "? 
i€»a S. J(H»s and Marine 
R. Jones, husband and wife 
and affidavit havii^; been 

made and filed that Mar- 
lain Mate Si^exneider,v a 
natural parent of said 
chUdfrw), is a non-resi- 
tait of the Sate of Virgin- 
U, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 13 Ma- 
son Stred, Gretna. Louis- 
Una. It Is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Mar- 
Uin Main Schexi^ider ap- 
pear b^ere tUs Court with- 
in ten (10) days after pub- 
licatlMJ of this Order and 
indicate his/ber attitwie 
toward the proposed ad- 
option, or otherwise do 



of the above named infant 
(s), Robin Alisha Beddow 
and Shannon Alisha Beddow 
by Thomas Michael White 
and Cassandra Kay White, 
hustand and wife, and af- 



fidavit having been made 
and filed that Willard A. 
Beddow, a natural parent 
of said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the Ust known 
post office address being: 
General Delivery, Akron. 
Oblo 44309 It is there - 
fore Ordered that the said 
Willard A. Beddow appear 
before this Court within ten 
(10) days after publication 
of this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is ne- 
cessary to protect Us in- 
terest in tUs matter, 
A copyt teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
Bv; VirginU B. Allen D. C 



William H. Colona.Jt 

1397 Laskin Road 
VirginU Beach, Va. 
23451 

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ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcrat COURT of the 

CITY OF VIRGQIIA BEACH ' 
ON THE 21st DAY OF May 
1976. 

In re: Adoption of Robin 
Alisba Beddow and Shannon 
AUsha Beddow 
TO BE NAMED: Robin Al- 
isha White and Shannon Al- 
isha White 

By: Thomas Michael White 
and Cassandra Kay WUte 

In Chancery 

#C 76-745 
To: WllUrd A. Beddow 
General Delivery 
Akron, OH 44309 

This day came Thomas 
Michael WUte and Cassan- 
dra Kay WUte, PrtiUoners 
and represented that the 
object of tUs proceeding 
is to effect the adoption 



ORDER ^ 

VIRGINU: IN THBT 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CffiCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 15th DAY 
OF June, 1976 
In re: Adoption of Evan- 
qellne Abuan 

By David WUmotandCleo- 
fe Abuan Crockett 
Petitioners 

To: Fernando C. Gundran 
U UUon, PbUUpUes 

In Chancery 

*C-76-846 

TUs day came David 
WUm«A Crockrtt and Cle- 
ote Abuan Crockett, Pet- 
ttionen, and represented 
that tbe (Aject of this pro- 
ceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above nam- 
ed inUnt (s), Evangeline 
Abaun, by David Wilmot 
Crockett and Cleofe Abuan 
Crockett, husband and wife 
and affidavit luvtng been 
made and filed that Fer- 
nando C. Gundran, a natur- 
al parent of said child (ren) 
is a non-resident of the 
SUte of VirginU, the Ust 
known post office address 
being: La Union PUlUp- 
ines. 

it U therefore Ordered 
that the said Fernando C. 
Gundran appear before the 
Court within ten(10)dhys 
after publication oftUs 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the propos- 
ed adoption, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect Us Uterest in this 
matter. 

A coiqr Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: VirginU B. Allen D.C. 
John H. Dreschur p.q. 
Pick^, SpaU li Lyle 
P.O. Box 2127 
VirgiUa Beacb, VirginU 
23452 

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NOTICE OF SALE 
VIRGINU: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINU 
BEACH 

SUSIE ELIZABETH SIBERT 
a/k/a SUSIE E. SIBERT 
Complainant 

V. 

JOHN ARTHUR SIBERT 
a/k/a JOHN A. SIBERT 
Respondent 

IN CHANCERY NO. C-74-1032 

Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Crart of the City 
of Virginia Beach, made and entered on the 3rd day 
of June, 1975, in the Chancery cause of Susie Elisa- 
beth Sibert, a/lc/a/ Susie E, Sibert, complainant, versus 
John Arthur Sibert, a/k/a/ John A. Sibert, respon- 
dent, we will on Monday, June 28, 1976, at 10:00 a.m. 
at the front door of Circuit Court No. 1 in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, located at Princess Anne in 
said City, offer for sale to tbe highest bidder subject 
to confirmation by the Court, the following described 
real property: ' 

All those two loU of land situated in the City of 
of Virginia Beach, in the State of VirginU, and 
being known, numbered and designated as Lots No. 
41 and 42 in Block No. 102 as shown upon the plat 
entitled, "Plat of Lakewood" dated June 22, 1925, 
made by Cladfelder and Schisler, Engineers, and 
duly of record in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, VirginU. 
TERMS: CASH. The successful bidder will be re- 
quired to deposit 10% ot the purchase price at the time 
that the pnqierty is knocked down to him with the bal- 
ance to be paid within ten (10) days. 
JANET B. BURT, SPECIAL COMMISSIONER 
BRUCE G. MURPHY, SPECUL COMMI^ONER 
JANET B. BURT 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia B^ch, Va. 23451 

I hereby certify that a special commissioner's bond 
in the amwmt of $25,000.00 with corporate surety has 
been po^sted by Janet B. Burt and Bruce G. MurpAiy, 
as required by decree entered herein on June 3, 1976. 
A cc^y teste: J(An V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. CurtU Fruit. D. C. 

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Virginia Beach Scyi, June 23, 1976 - B-5 

Defendant. 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. C76-891 

The object of this suit is to quiet title to certain real 
property briefly described as Lot B on the plat entitled 
Subdivision of Property for Rhae W. Adams, Lynnhaven 
Borough, VirginU Beach, Virginia; and an Affidavit havli« 
been made that the addresses of Joseph P. WiUUms. Sa- 
rah Frances Carraway Williams, Sarah Melissa Wil- 
liams, Virginius C.Williams, Columbia Frances Williams 
Whitehurst, Raffer Lee WillUms Buchanan, Bettie Joe 
WillUms Parker, Alice Gertrude Whitehurst Morrisette, 
Lillian May Whitehurst Lambert, James William Buch- 
anan, Mary Elifibeth Buchanan Phelps, Rosewell E. 
parkpr Oladv-! ToHnne Parker f ntfic Mav Parker, 
Edith Almira Parker Teller, and Gertrude AU Lambert 
Land, if tliey be living, and Ivison Hugh Buchanan. Lucy 
Lee Buchanan, Shirely Elizabeth Robertson DupreeCUrk, 
Alice Lee Robertson HolUnd, and Beverly May Land 
Diggs, are unknown; and the Bill of Complaints sUting 
that there are or may be persons interested in tbe subject 
matter of tUs suit whose names are unknown, and making 
them parties defendant by the general description of 
"parties unknown" and an Affidavit havii% been made 
and filed that the y are unknown, such unknown parties 
being the spouses, heirs, devisees and successors U title 
of the above-named parties. 

It is ORDERED that the said parties defendant named 
above, U they be living, and the parties whose addresses 
are unknown, and tbe persons made defendants by the 
general description of "parties unknown" do appear with- 
in ten (10) days after due publication of thU Order and do 
what is necessary to protect their interests. It is further 
ORDERED that the foregoing portion oftUs Order be pub- 
lished once a wedc for fbur successiveweeks in The Vir- 
ginU Beach Sun, a newspaper published U tbe City of Vir- 
ginU Beach, VirginU. 
ENTER: 

A Copy Teste: JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By VIRGINIA B. ALLEN, D.C. 

laskfortUs: 

Eli S. Chovitz, Atty. 

1955 Va. National Bk. Bldg. 

NorfoUc, VirginU 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 
VIRGINU; IN THE CIRCUIT CCHJRT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINU BEACH 
ROBERTA S. WERBISKIS, 
Complainant, 
vs. 
JC^EPH P. WILLUMS, etc., d al. 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 
VirginU: 

The regular meeting of the Council of the City of Virginih 
Beacb will be held in the Council Cbambera of tbe Ad- 
miUstraUon Building, City HaU, Princess Anne SUtion, 
VirginU Beach. VirginU, on Monday, July 12, 1976, at 
2:00 P.M., at wUch time the following appUcationa will be 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

Petition of Tbe Brecden ComJNUiy, Inc., for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification tnm R-5 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District (modUled from B-2 Dis- 
trict) on certaU property located at tbe Northwest inter- 
section of Trevor Road and Old Great Neck Road, running 
a didance of 301.19 feet along the North side of Trevor 
Road, running a distance of 640 feet more or less along 
the Westera property lUe, running a distance of 38.80 
feet along the Northera propertv line and running a dU- 
tance of 690 feet more or less alongthe West side of Old 
Grwt Ne<^ Road. Said parcel contains 2 acres more or 
less (modified from 6 acres more or less). (Deerwood 
Trace Area). 
LYNMHAVQI BOlK)l}GH. 

2 

p'etiUon of Youi« Women's Christian AssocUtion <a the 
Tidewatw Area of VirglUa fbr a Change of Zoning Dis- 
trict Classification from R-8 Residetttial District to B-4 
Resort Comm««Ul District on certain property located 
at tbe Southwest coraer of Shore Drive and Starfish Road, 
runniiK a distance of 300 feet along the South side of 
Shore Drive, running a distance of 170 feet alongthe 
Westera pnqwrty lira, running a distance of 300 feet along 
the Southera prtqierty line and running a dirtance of 170 
feet ah>i« the West sldeofStarfish Road. Said pareel 
coUains 1 . 16 acres more or less. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSinCATION. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

8. 

Petition of Lakeside Conatractidn Corporation for a 
Cbawe of Zoning Ustrid Classification from A- 1 ^rt- 
ment Distrid to B-1 Business Residential Districton 
certain property located at the Northwest corner of Lord 
Dunmore Drive and Pravideoce Road, running a distance 
of 500 feet along the North sldeof ProvUenee Road, run- 
ning a distance of 200 feet along the Westera property 
line, running a distance (tf 500 feet ak»g the Northera 
prt^erty line and running a distance of 200 feet almig the 
West side of Lord Dunmore Drive. Said pareel contains 
2.29 acres more or less. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

VIRGINU BEACH BOROUGH: 



Apidication of Walter Casm Barco foraConditloaalUse 
I^rrait tor a marina on certain pnmerty located at the 
SouOieast corner <a MadtternuMan Avemw and Greens- 
boro Avaoue running a distance of 90 feet along tbe South 
side (rt Greensboro Aveme, naming a distuce of 155 
feet more or less along the Eastera property line, run- 
nli« a dIfUnee of ISO feet moraor less along fiie Sontti- 
era pn^erty line and ruanUg a distance of 144.5 feet 
akMK the Wuten tnt^eity line. Said pareel U known as 
LoU 1, 2 and WMten half of Ld 3, Blodc IS, Shadow- 
UwB Helgtts. (SbadowUwB Heights Area). 
VIRGINU BEACH BCMIOIKSH. 

5. 

Api^catlon of Kattiy Usatter. et al, for a Conditional 
Use Permit to (»erate a tampcoary parUag Mob certain 
pnmerty loaded on tte EM Mde of Atlai£e Aveme be- 
ginnii« at a point 100 fed N(m^ of tth Street, ru^ng a 
distance of 150 feet akag the Southera property line, 
nmniiv a didance of 100 fed atong the&dera property 
Une, runalng a diataaee of ISO fed iloBg tte Norttan 
property line, andrumiag a dUtaaceof lOOfed akog ttie 
Ead side of AtlanUc Arame. Said parcel contains 15,000 
s(iaare fed. Plats wtth more ddalled infbrmation are 
availaUe ta tta Deparlmeid of Planning. 
VIRGINU BEACH BOROOGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DfflTRICT CLASSIFICATION. 

VIRGINU BEACH BOROUGH: 



PetttiOD ot Jote D. MttcbeU and N.P. toipaoa, m, tar 
a Ott^e ot Zontag I^trkt Classfficatjoa from A-1 
Apartmed IMstrid to B-4 Resort Commarelal IHdrid 
OB certain privoty looted oa the North side ct I6tb 
Strcd begiiming at a v^a/l ISO fed Ead of Ardle Ave- 
me ruBUH a didance ei 100 fed alongthe Nmrth side of 
1Mb Stred, runalng a distance of 140 fad along tte Eas- 
tera pnmerty line, nmniag a distance <rf 100 fed along 
the Northera property line aid rmmlag a distance d 140 
fed alo^ ite Weden i»vperty line. &ld pareel raa- 
totau 14,000 Miuara fod. 
VIKiINU BEACH mKMIGH. 
Ri(^rd J. WeM^ 
Ctty Clertt 

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5. Fill in the coupon above and mail it in, 
or call 547-4571 or 486-3430 



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HOMETOWN NEWSPAPERS 
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copy, bccauM the nmvspaiMr 
it UMjally tmallsr, lass cro- 
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that is aliv« with local avsnts 
that involve ttw raadar. This 
providas a dapMi of raadar^ip 
ftui favors tttaclassifiad advtr- 
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POOra^E mlBUtnra, wUta, 
■alt.doaantlUtaeUklraa. 
hmaimaMj S yaanoU. 
(^ M7-10»» altar • p.m. 


SEVERAL jrowB eaU, aU 
■aalorad. Fna to a good 
boma OvreUand CaU 




aartiaatM-MII. 



LoTinc Cat trw to lofli« 
Inme. Less than 1 jraar 
old. Good with cUldna. 
Call 429-501S aftar S.pm 



4 FLUFFY imi« uttaaa 
ara waltiat lor a lorliw 
MW owaor. GaU M7-IMi 
aajtlma. 



S KITTENS - OmreUand 
area. 6 wedu old.OMgold 
aad two talibr. CaU 4M- 
7t83. 



KITTENS - Cnta, battthT, 
and FREE CALL 4U-6M7 



FREE Uttana. 6 weakaold. 
Call after S p.m. 427-MM 



IQTTENS, Z gray, fefliale. 
Gin awajr. CaU 4M-4tSI 



PUPPIES - 2 Male and 2 
Female. Great Bridge area. 
CaU 547-2606. 



3 CAUCO Idtteas need a 
good home. CaU after S 
pm 4M-4995. 



FEMALE poodle, 4 jrears 
old. Cbarcoal with white 
atripe In cheat. 4S6 - 5M1 



KTSTENS-Iree to a good 
hnne. Two lilaek A one 
gnqr'ami bUek. 428-7319. 



Three panriea , two malea 
A one female. 6 wka old 
aad free to a good home. 
Father terrier, molhar 
part- daacbmd. CaU 153- 
53(6, after 4 pm. 



BLACK A WHITE laale 
eat. One nar old and good 
wttfe cUUraa. CaU 413- 
0014. 



PUPPIES -Part German 

SkWtri- * **^t* old- 
Mala aad female, CALL 
431-3410 aftar S p.m. 



IITTEN8, 3 male, 3 weeka 
old. Free to a good home. 
CaU 433-9444 



2 jr. Old Gray A White 
female eat. Good mouaar. 
CALL 421-9S67 



DOG-EagUah Sheep A 
Aira-dale, 6 yaara old, 
male, gwtle, good with 
ehUdraa. CaU 436-7244 



nTTKMS-AdoraMa. 7 
waaka old. JoUttRoadaraa. 
CALL 433-7065 ^r Mra. 
Strnmona) 



BUOC mala eat-i iraar 
old- hoaaa brolEeB - give 
away. CaU 433-t4a. 



CAT-TABBY-PESSIAN - 
YaUow A mita, male, 4 
nan oU. Naada a gaod 
hone wtth noehUdraB.CiUl 

m-mu. 



HTTEIK - 4, all male, 
7 waaka old. CaUaftar4:U 
p.m. or aU day warit-anda 
432-3133. 



3 KITTE)f8-7 weeks old. 
Mala and female, I are 
art ilunait. CALL 533- 
1431 (lor Terry Hembroa- 
gh, m Dominioa Ave., 
Norfolk, Va.) 



Amariean Eaklmo Splta- 
OM yaar (dd. Free to good 
«7-6Ml. 



KITTENS-Free, aome ara 
iaaiy and om gray atrtoed 
mala a year old. CaU ttO- 
5542 



KITTENS-Free to a good 
home. Gray A white and 
Uaefc A white. Male A fe- 
male. CALL 421-9567. 



PERSIAN edi - gray-<r«e, 
eaU 423-0100. 



CAT-Part peralan, tor- 
tola* abaU tamale, deelaw- 
ed, naatered, two yaan 
old, vary friendly, tree to 
good home. CaU 340-2930. 



BOGB^S PeoAif aas l 
mixod. Loving pata 
loving horn*. OUl 424 
9123. 



CATS-S CMBale, apayad, 
2 are aiamaaaa aad 1 

tahby. CaU 414-9123. 



GERMAN ShMhard3month 
Female aU atota. Free to 
a good home 434-9213 any- 
time. 



LOVABLE kittena Free to 
a good home. CaU 543- 
3931. 



Free 7 mo. old pupnr. 
Needs good home with 
young chlldrei). SOtoold 
nan teneed yard. Super- 
trlaky mm. CaU 496^430 
during woridng hours. 



WHITE Peraiaa eat. Or- 
ange qroa. Oaelawad and 
spayed. Free to a goot) 
CaU 421-3603: 



Ktttan, Uadt FMiiale and 
adorahl*. CaU 434-1947. 



FREE kitten to a good 
home, nad A WUta wiUi 
dmt hajr 9 waaka old. 
CaU In evanlng8-464-63S0. 



BQStoN TERRIER JTra* 
to good home. Hoaaatrain- 
ad, dooB not Uke yom« 
eUUraa M lovaa adatts. 
Naada loto of Ion. (AKC 

-mo. 



Ragiat*rad)CaU433- 



YORXmntE Terrier, 
grown, regiaterad, aegtar- 
ad, naada a eenpie to 



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Where the summer fun has just begun. 

This coupon will admit yoli 

fo Oceanvlew Amusement 

Park for ^1 less than 

anyone else 



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PUPPIE8-4 we*8 <dd, 
mother is a mlaaratura 
CoUey. CaU 430-1611 



KITTENS-Frta to a good 
homa. 2 Uack, 1 whtta 
and Idaek. CaU 433-1733 
dhriw tha day. 437-1375 
after 5:30 pn. 



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REDUCE sate A fast with 
GoBaaa Tablets A E-Vap 
"water pUia." Murden 
Drag. 



Wanted: Literary critic 
with atrong Intereat in snb- 
lect matterof adencetle- 
tion. No Idla eurions, no 
lonely woman, tfaaae, Aa- 
aiat wtth final atagaa of 
gnanMaad marketable 
product. No obltatiOB ex- 
cept yonr time, nare pro- 
eaada. Comdex project. 
547-1346 



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Invite a down to your next 
Uithday, picnic, or pro- 
motion. Clowns avaiUble 
Isr aU oecaalons. CaU 
Clowna A Santas, 537 - 
3697. 



WORRIED ABOUT TOUR 
SKIN? Cari A NaU Salon 
hu orgnnlc Nutri-MeUea. 
Free deaMttatration Tuea- 
day A Waihia«iay 11 am- 
2 pm. For anoiatmaoteaU 
399-9709 or &r;-6370. 



3-Loat aad Food! 



PLEASE help me, I'm lost 
I am a big green parrot 
with a red area on my 
head. If you aee me, jdaaae 
eaU my owner. 432-3041 
I'm In the Great Briege 
araa. 
I'm In the Great Bridge 



FAMILY Package-2 loto, 
nuMa and Dommant in 
Woodlawn Mamorial Gar- 
dens, 12,000. CaU 420- 
0335. 



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66-CHEVROLET- 8.W.G., 
Impala, air, radto, one 
owner, |700. CaU«32-3973 



1971 - CHEVY VAN - Radl 
Kamp-2 A/C, refrigerator, 
atove, aink, alsope four. 
ExceUant eooditlan. CaU 
422-4403 after 6 p.m. 



REDEEM THB AO! 
ro& WO(»EN NICKEL 

The Cigarette House 

Moyock, N. C. 

Battlefield Blvd. Rt. 163 



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F(HtD-Broli«), 1(74, 4 
wheel drive, V3, AM - FM 
3 tntk atareo power 
ateertng, raeaUaal ootdi- 
tiOB, low mUeage, 33(00. 
CALL (57-1091 



66-PONTlAC - Boimavllla, 
4 door, hardtop, atto.tnn- 
smlaaloa, powar staarihg, 
power brakaa, power win- 
dowa, air cbndifimiflg, AM 
A FM radto-aterao, «cel- 
lent condition. 3850. 432- 
1043. 



VOUa*AQ(» 

Large aaleetion of uaad 
Volkawagana, most models 
OMMt edora. 100 per cent 
gnarantaed. Bank financing 
credit approved by phone. 
VICTORY VOUOil^^N 
S401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
397-1216. 



11 - BaalB. JiaHw 



CffltlS - CRAFT Comman- 
der SportaFisberman-Sl'*- 
1970-Flyii« Bridge- Twin 
300 H. P. - Outriners- 
Fishing Chaira-Trimfabs- 
Co^333,000.SeU orTrade 
125,000. CALL 425-0526. 



SANDBLACTING - Baat 
TnMara and MaeUtaary. 
Free EaUmatea. Whtte- 
barirt, Blaasln^ffl Con^, 
403 W. 24th St., Norfott, 
627-2396. 



76-16 ft. BOAT, exceUeM 
eoodttion, looka Uke new. 
traUar, electric winch, all 
aafsty aqu^ant, oomjdtte 
package. Daya 422-1424 or 
Evening 461-6661. 



13 • Help Wanted 



ADVERTISING Salesper - 
son needed for growing 
Tidewater aewqaiper or- 
puiiaatkm. Exparieneeea- 
aeidial. Copy and layout 
tonlved. ExceUant <q)por- 
tnntty for aelf-startar with 
ideaa to work v^ mini- 
mum aiverviaiOB. If yon 
(luaUfy, plaaaa aaad re- 
aume to Mr. KaaCnrleyft 
Bycrly PubUcattoaa, P. U. 
Box 1327, Cbeaapaaka, Va. 
23320. AU repUes stricUy 



CLASSIFIED AOVEHTIS' 
«G sales poattloawtthBy- 
erly PubUeatloaa ^(Yii(itt- 
ia Beach Sun, ChMUaake 
Post, Tidewatw JJfe). 
Ifust have good triaplionb 
peraooaUty andtypingabU£- 
tty. RlaapaiaWa pMitfat 
with advanceauat lUporr 
tunlty for ^greaairoaelf' 
sUrter. CUI Mra, jBli^J! 
ens, 547-4571, l«#a^- 
tion and Intarvitw. 2 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Weak goarantaad' 
aalary. Np,mMd«Me' 
neceaaary.4^-im 



PAR^R'S 

NMd Salng Span? 



avtUaMa. Located 



nar Irnek. W 
a C ha aa paa k ei 



Irnek. We ban cMca naea 
■sar Great Bridge. 



dk Qrovo Ftoa Martcot 

CALL 
482-1030 or 547-1600 



NEWSPAPER PRINTING 

Cheek oar prieas, deUnry and snappy (dtsat qaall^ 
Mr yov tOlotd aba aew^iver. We ^t newqwiiera 
in erilataa, hla|i sebaola, mUitary taaaes, churchem 
aa^Mdr who waUi a proltasiaaal proitaet. 

QnaUty, Un price, eraltemaaahip: If that's what 
MWi* laokteg (w, than we're Oie printers for voo. 
CaavMa ^FPaaaitiag faculties. 



CIRCULAR PRINTING 

Whatever yoa may aeed tor your bittiaess, ton 
pagea or 34 pagM, odor, eoavositloa, speedy aOTriea... \ 
we do tea JobI Aa adnrtteiag elrealar ankaa an Im- ' 
praoaiaa. Be ava yaar rtf aeto the iaaaga yoa wart 
te pr^act If a aamMhiag wa eaa h^ yoa with. CaU 
aa tut aMartaa, ao abUgaiiM. 



CIRCULAR DELIVERY 



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peaia sad Pwlammg^ we tea aan ftm 



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13 Help Wanted 



BEAUTY Operator wanted 
vtor Magic Touch Beauty 
Salon. (Churctiland) Call 
4I3-2S22. 



13 Help Wantei 



tl - Private taitnictfoa 



HAKE tSO.toflOO. a month 
from your home. Work your 
own hours. National adver- 
>|iaiig support. Marketing 
4dsa dasi<ned to reward 
•HOrt. For appointment 
call 499-0430. 



TIGHT BUDGET? Add to 
tte faintly income serv - 
lug customes from your 
home. Excellent income 
potaaUal. Flexible hours. 
For d^alls, write Dept. 
10, Watkins Products.Inc, 
Wimma, Mn. 55987. 



EXPERIENCE Bookkeeper 
lor tiull businesses, or all 
phuci ofatch up work - 
in my home. Call 481-2507 



CHRISTIAN couple or per- 
son to help me with grow- 
ing business, great i^ture 
rewards, call 497-4511 (V) 



COLLEGE 
SUMMER WORK 

IMONEYI 
CALL 461-119t 



GIRLS wanted for new pri- 
vate club in Norfolk. Make 
an excess ot $250, a week. 
No experience necessary. 
For interview call 623 - 
5342. 



WORKING EDITOR needed 
tor growing Tidewater 
community newspaper 
group. Must be seasoned 
news pro, strong on re- 
write, community news, 
photography. Newsman- 
agement, layout, pasteup 
skills necessary. Small- 
peper experience valuable. 
Send confidential resume 
to Ken Curley, Box 1327, 
Chesapeake, VA 23320. 



SERVICE MANAGER for 
growing company specia- 
lizing in truck equipment 
and hydraulics on East- 
em Shore, Maryland. Take 
charge individual needed. 
Paid holidays and vacations 
life insurance, hospitaliz- 
ation, and uniforms. Sal- 
ary $13,000 plus. Com - 
mensurate with ability. Re- 
ply Virginia Beach Sun, 
ClassUled Box #473, 138 
..Rosemount Rd., Virgin- 
^UBeach.Va. 23452. 



"HOMEWrauCCRS wuted 
1b IUi area: men, women, 
students. No experience 
necessary; stuffidg k ad- 
dressing envelopes (com- 
mission mailers). Earn 
■paretime money at home. 
^lOO.OO weekly possible. 
SEND f 1. 0» (refundable) b 
a long, stamped, address- 
ed envelope fbr details; 
PPS-3S2, 216 Jackson #612 
Chicago 60«06' 



LADIES 

NO EXPERIENCE 
NECESSARY 

Interesting work. Excel - 
lent income Call 461-1198 



MASSAGE GIRL 
•175 WEEKLY 
GUARANTEED 

No eq)erieoce necessary 
will train 18 or over. 
Business Man's Massage 
k Health ^. 62S-MM1 
or 4M-S781 




DISTRIIUTOR 
WANTID 



EVERiADY 

OE 
POLAROID 

Holtw Alkwmi 

Qualified individual Male or Female needed to dis- 
tribute world famous Kodak film and other photo 
ivoduets through company established locations. "No 
SELLING OR SOLICITING REQUIRED." Make this your 
^1 year tor IndeMndence. 14995.00 investment. Guarant- 
eed 12 monthMpurchase agreement. 

CALL MR. MARTIN (TOLL FREE) 1-800-848-1970 
OB COLLECT iM»«M^n5J 
Monday to Friday, 9 t.i«; tb'6 p.m. E^S.T. 
Or Write Firestone Photo Co., Firestone Building-Since 
1946 
162 N. 3rd. St., Columbus, Ohio432IS 



PRESSMAN to operate 
Goss Community 3-unit 
offset newspaper press. 
Three-day week: Tues - 
day, Wednesday. Friday. 
35 hour average, full pay 
Call or write Norris Sly. 
Tidewater News, Frank - 
lin, Va. 23851. Telephone 
562-3187. 



WORKING Shop Foreman, 
47 1/2 hour work week. 
New facilities, clean shop. 
Must be experienced in 
farm machinery and truck 
repairs. High school educ- 
ation, good pay, vacation, 
hospital insurance availa- 
ble. See Mr. I Goodwin, 
Goodwin Equipment Co., 
1211Armory Dr., Franklin 
Va. 



14 - PosiUaes Waaitd 



RECEPTIONIST wanted. 
No experience necessary. 
Call 623-S342. 



SIMI-RETIRED MAN would 
like garden work. Call af- 
ter 4pm 543-6607. 



BABYSITTWG-Your home 
or mme. Week-days and 
week-end's. Call 484-5612 



BABYSITTING in my home. 
Great Bridge area. Lots of 
loving care. Any age, week- 
days. Available September 
1. Call 423-3431. 



BABYSITTING- My home. 
Great Bridge area, fenced 
yard. Call 482-3022, 482- 
2606. 



CHILDCARE in my home, 
day or night. Westhaven 
area. CaU 399-0305. 



CHILD CARE-ln my home, 
ay age. CaU 485-1597 
(120. weekly) 

Slmi-retired person would 
like garden work. Call after 
4 p.m. 543-6607. 



EXPERIENCED chUd care 
in my home for working 
mothers. Lots of love, in- 
dividual attention, play- 
mates and reasonable. Call 
484-5428. 



IS • Buslaest Opportuaity 



WANTED Distributors. 
Part-time for synthetic en- 
gine oil. Call 420-8350. 



OPPORTUNITY for ambi- 
tious people. Run your own 
distributorship part-time. 
High income and profit 
sharing. Plwne for appoint- 
ment. 497-5655. 



PART Tlipe sales repre- 
sentatives for Synthetic oil 
k Lubricants. CALL 420- 
8350 



Business OAtortunity. Be 
your own boss, tor a $10 
Investmeid. Profits dally. 
460-0152. 



upen the door to extra 
earnings. Join the succes- 
sful frtcadly toy demon- 
strators who are making 
good money in their spare 
time. Also earn your toy 
samples free. Mo deliver- 
ing or coUecting. Mo cash 
investment. CaU now 547- 
4716. Also booking parties. 



BABYSITTWG-My home, 
large fenced in yard. Ideal 
tor working mother. 
Hunters Point area. CALL 
483-1391 



Churchland Area - Will 
babysit in my home. Play 
area, meals, mature wo- 
man. Reasonable, CaU 
484-8934. 



19 - Local lastructioo Classes 



'VACATION SpecUl - Pia- 
no lessons for beginners 
this summer to run July 
S - August 27. Just $25. 
total for lessons and books 
Merrtfields - Phone 484- 
8084." 



WESTERN RIDING m- 
STRUCTION- SmaU clas- 
ses. Good horses. Ineqien- 
sive. Momii^, aftemoon 
and evening cUsses. Start- 
ing soon CALL 426-2774 
or 497-3060 



Indfepeodeiit BuiineBMHan 
needs fuU or part-time 
kelp. Only honest, am- 
bitious meii or women need 
inquire. 420-0977. 



MANUFACTURING IHSTRIBUTCHI WANTED 
MO MACHINEKT REQUIRED 
National 54 year old organlzatioit offers catalyst used 
in manufacture of CRETO in America ami in private 
label products Uiroughout the world. Product is colqr- 
less and it U not a surface coating. It penetrates new 
or old concrete using the very detrimental alkaU now 
in the concrete Itself to effect waterproofing, st^- 
oate of cracking, crumbling and increases tensUe strength 
Tke GSA number for CRETO is 803L00044-280I, U 
sUnnlates "DO NOT SUBSTITUTE, THIS MATERIAL 
HA8BEEN FOUND TO BE THE ONLY PRODUCT THAT 
WILL DO THE JOB TO WHICH FT HAS BEEN APPUED". 
Praitaet is in demand by industry, schools, munici- 
naUties, rtc. No machinery need to MFG. Just mix 
and teU-tremeDdous profit! Phone Richard Hardy, 714- 
S29-S33S or write AlkaU ReducUim Co., 66088 Plerson 
Blvd., Desert Hot firings, Ca. 92240. 



FASHION CENTER 

We seek one individual who 
has dreams of (grating 
Uieir very own ladies bou- 
tique. Our program includ- 
es a complete set of fix- 
tures, check-out counter, 
miscellaneous supplies, 
in-store training, grand 
opening, advertising and 
promotioB, continuing as - 
sistaace and beginning in- 
ventory. AU this for as Ut- 
Ue as $12,500. 

CaU today toll-free 
1-800-874-4780 Est. 212 



BOYS training and coach- 
ing. Conservatory cred«»- 
tlals. CaU ^81-2015. 



IS - Artteles ler Sale 



WEDDING GOWN -New, de- 
tachable train. Bodice, lace 
and baby pearls with long 
sleeves. $95.00 call 547- 
1802. Size 10 



ffiUCLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1- wide wiU> pear 
shape ornament an dia- 
monds OB t(9. Very valu- 
able. CaU 54V -1802. 



SWIMMING Pool - 24' dia- 
meter with patio, IIIOO. 
CaU 497-8291. 



27 -House Odd Gaads 



COUCH-8 1/2 ft., beige 
matching chair. Excellent 
condition. $125. CaU 421- 
9614 



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Armstrong now brings 
thought-provoking commen- 
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to daily radio in this area. 

Discussing the events and Ideas 
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BOUTERS 



Looking for a busy 
marketplace 
where you can buy, 
sell or trade? 

If you are, the 
boating ad 
classification in 
today's Want Ads 
offers you 
exactly the help 
you need. 

An inexpensive ad 
will sell your 
boat or explain 
your swap offer. 
Other boater's ads 
provide you with 
a selection of 
boats which are 
for sale. 




CONGRATULATIOMS 

ED HAZARD!!! 

SALES TOTALING 

$112,000!!! 

Ed Hazard has recently 
Joined our company and 
U a weU known resident 
of Greenwood Estates. He 
iovttes aU his friends to 
c(»tact him when they 
should need to seU or buy. 

His bone pbone is 547- 
7217. 

RICARDO, nC. 
REiU<TOBS 
SSi JOHNSTOWN RO. 
CHESAPEAKE, VA. 83320 

"W THE HEART OF 
GREAT BRmCE' 
547-4556 



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NORVIEW RARE COINS - 
Norfolk's most complete, 
buy, atU trade, buyiqg sil- 
ver oirins, 42 Southern 
ShoniBg Center, Norfolk, 
853-8118 



n • IbcUnery - Toola 



GENERATORS-One Onan, 
3 K.W. 24-32 votts, air 
cooleddieselAonelOK.W. 
120-140 volts, water cool- 
ed dlesel. Call 855-7720. 



81 - BusiaeM Efripaart 



FORK LIFT-I974-ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
lbs. Propane fuel, 190hrs., 
like new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3780 

EUJot Addressograph-tdr 
conditiott, iocladea (ktl- 
ves, drawers, 500 stencils. 
Ideal tor smaU business, 
church, or civic groiv 
$200. or best offer. CaU 
547-4571. 



_ il - r«r Sale Va. BM«b 



SIEGLER - OU Stove - 
upright, good condition 
$110.00. CaU 547-6218 
547-5585 after, 5 p.m. 



DECONS BENCH-Solid 
mapel, new condition. $75. 
CaU 397-2474 



SOFA-Lawson, 3 cushion- 
ed, gold and green, does 
not need re-upholstered, 
real good condition, $100. 
CaU 424-2572. 



Large pool tables for sale. 
Can be seen at pool room 
on 17Ui St. Va. Beach 



BAR and 3 bar stools, 7 
ft., padded, excellent con- 
dition, $125. CaU 420-0835 



AMANA - Refrigerator- 
Freeier. Freezer holds 
265 pds., avocado and in 
ezceUent condition. CaU 
482-4371. 



OLD DONATION SHORES 
Custom brick ranch, 4 
bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2 
fireplaces, huge den and 
kitchen, carpeting through- 
out including screened por- 
ch overlooking lake. Call 
499-3834. 



CEDARWOOD-3 bedroom, 
all awU^nces, sun deck, 
fencing, low assumption on 
73/4% loan. Payment $224 
a monUi. CaU 486-3730 



KINGS ORANT 

4 Bedroom-3 Baths, large 
comer lot, central air. As- 
sume or conventional. Call 
340-2246 after 6 P.M. NO 
AGENTS 



63 - Lou for Sale 



It Local lutTMiiOB Cksaes 



, mS3CRUCm>M CLASSES. 
Nurses Aides -Orderlies- 
Oak RiU Medical Traiaing 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



OLD FURNITURE ideal for 
porch. Three easy chairs, 
two end chairs, table and 
bar .chairs, baiteqne grlU 
tworattractive tabte-Umpa, 
aU for $100. CaU Bob at 
547-4571 or 486-3430. 



MAGNAVOX home enter- 
taiuaent center indodes 
AM/FM radfo, record 
{daver and BAW 21'* TV 
with good picture needing 
tuner adjustment, $90. Al- 
so, brand new 12" BAW 
portable TV, $50. Reel - 
to-reel tape recorder ,$40. 
CaU Bob at 547-4571 or 
486-3430. 



AIR-Conditioner-Fed - 
ders, 11,000 B.T.U. 's, 
wood panel front, ezcel- 
loit coDdition. $150. CaU 
547-1802. 



28 • Garage Rnmmage 



YARD SALE- June 28 A 29, 
U to 6, 1132 Stewart St., 
SouUi Norfolk area-Chesa- 
peake. Furniture, smaU 
appliances, clothes, some 
baby foraiture A miscel- 
laneous. 



M-WuledioBiV 



QEOROETOWiT 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

tor 

People planning Homes 

A Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE.... 

3SS Providence Rd. 

Call 464-9317 



$9-For Sale 



(«IAT BRIDGE 
BRIDGEFIELO 

Owner transferred. Large 
3 bdrm. Brick ranch, 2 
bath, eat la kitchen, fire- 
place, 16X45 patio, in - 
ground pool, many eitras, 
over 1/3 acre lot . 
CALLa2-39M 



8T(«ET 
COMSTRUCTKM 

SpeciaUcing in Intertor A 
Exterior^MnUng, WaU- 
paper, l^raving Acoustic 
Ceilings or Walls, Repair- 
ing ugly ceiling or waU 
cracks. WUl remodel, de- 
corate and repair to your 
spedficatloiB. 

FREE EsUmIm! 
CaU 484-4H4 



88 - Per Sale 



RIMS, forsale, 4-15", Key 
Ring, brand new, $150. Call 
545-6227. 



RABBITS tor sale for pets 
or frying size. WUl de- 
Uver dressed. Call 543- 
6607. 

USED 2 inch extra heavy 
schedule 80 pipe. Approx- 
imately 6500 feet. Best of- 
fer. Call 461-7310. 



PANELING-This is a steal! 
(Priced low because of 
mixed color.) 3/16 in. gro- 
oved aad ungrooved for 
$1.50 per sheet and 3/16 
in. new Masonite $1.50 per 
sheet. Call Mrs. Taytor 
at 487-0101. 



PIANO tuning and repair. 
Player pianos also re - 
paired. Old piano ^specia- 
Itty 

Call 486-5016 



70 - Home Services 



GENERAL CONTRACT- 
MG-Home's buUt, rooms 
remodeled, garages, ro- 
ots, carports, screened in 
porches. ColoDial Con- 
structiott Co., caU 483- 
1577, ask tor Sam. 



Lot Clearing, Grading, De- 
molition, Acreage Clean- 
ing. By the hour or job. 
Free estimate. CALL 
547-1802. 



SECOND Mortgage Loans 
(Fast Service) FOR: Home 
improvements, BiU Con- 
solidations, Investments, 
Any Reason. R. L. For- 
tune, Associates Financial 
Services of America, Inc. 
855-3105. 



W.I. CtmUNG 
WELDING SERVICE 



l^ieclalisiag in: 
Equipment maintenance 
BuUding truck bodies 
Al) types of welding 

Cdiniy 
421-3855 



Loans 

NOTE 8md AUTO 

Notfolk 

County 

Finance Co . 

LOCALLY OWNED 

AND OPERATED 

482-3381 



148 BATTLEFIELD BLVU. 

WILSOir 
. SBOVPHfG CENTER 



MEET OUR CLASSIFIED ADVISOR 




EVELYN is our classified advisor. It U her j«* to 
assist and advise anyone who calls Byerly Pnblicatioiis 
to place a low-cost quick-acting classified ad. Sbe;is 
the first person you wUI meet if you bring your a* to 
our office on Battlefield Blvd. Evelyn checks ev©7 
ad for corrections, for the right running dates,. aad 
makes sure your ad is published in all three of our boote- 
town newspapers (Chesapeake Post, Virginia Befcch 
Sun, Tidewater Life). If you need help with your clasal- 
fied ad, call 547-4571. 



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333 Bainbridga BM, 

' NORMAN dEAKAAGR. 




BLACK 
BROTHERS 

BuUders 

Home Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage BuUders 
Room Additions 
Aluminum Siding 
Roots - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hugh E. BUck, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 




Red Water Blues? 
Don't Despair! 






ROOHaoDmom 

KITCim RSIKOELINC 

*AU slies of garages and 

attached garages. 
*Cottvert garage to a den 

or famUy room 
*Ceramic Tile, Brick, A 

Block work 

We specialize in 
Home Improvemmts! 

R.H. BLACK 

loiBt laproveBMi Co. 



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ANYTIME 



117-7178 
EVENINGS 



RICH BLACK TOP SOO. 
A SAND FILL DIRT, vSt 
CLEARWG , LANDSCAli - 
ING AND DEMOLmOiiS 
CALL DOZIER ENTER- 
PRISES 420-0670. 



B A J 
Painting A P«er RaiM 

Very reasonable, free ai- 
timate, aU work neatly 
tone and guaranteed. 
•So Let The Girls" Do fc" 
Phone 855-0558 



! 



HOUSEWMW GOT YOU 

DOWN? 
General cleaning, steav 
extraction carpet dean - 
lug, floor waxing and strip- 1 
plug, window cleaning, ear- 
pet and iq)bolstery sham- 
pooing. Bonded, insured. 
FREE ESTIMATE. CsAl 
DOMESTICARE at MS T- 
.1*71. 



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WANTED TO BOY 

Boat traUer to accom - 
modate 16 foot boat. Tan- 
dem axle preferred. CaU 
499-6042 before 5 and ask 
forAl. 




You can trust a 




TAYLM 
BROf. 

iN4TVM NICK ROAD 



REALTORl 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



Real EsUte Sales Agent 
New With Pembroke 
For 1976 

NO GIMMICKS 

JUST A BETTER 

COMMISSION SPLIT 

AND BONUS 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

Openings tor experienced 
or new agents in our Green 
'Briar or Virginia Beach of- 
fice. Over 30-miUlon ia 
ResidentUl sales for 1975 
makes us one of Tidewa- 
ter's largest full service 
ampanies We think we 
can do more because we 
are the Gallery of Homes. 
Look tor our National and 
local continueing TV pro- 
motion. Attend our pro- 
fes<:ional training course, 
Walter Smith 
.>. 7H5 Chesapeake, or 
.. « Hnthnan 497-9611 
Vir^.oia Beach. 

PEMBROKE REALTY 
GALLERY OF HOMES 



cm own m? ELCMUJITS 

T^ttor «a«i CtWa 

Feneiauis 

CaauGiareAem 

Hooui nmn OGMinnxrnoR 



The Realtors below are inxifessionals in real estate who 
sdtscittt to a strict code of Mhics aa members of local 
and atete boaixis and of Uw Natioeal AaaociaUon otReal 
EsUte Boards. 

Pfofecf your Investnwitl S«a one of these leading area Realtorsi 




ftWSfm 



dittany Wo<xJs 
Foresf Mm 
C^dar (ifove 
Taylorwooa 

484-4542 



FOR WmnC RESULTS 

IMS a a n fl f Ave. 

CALL 
424-3720 



SASSER 



nn cHURCHUtHO, 
•lvo 



484^90 







nUHE WHITFIELD484-S481 
jESALDGIORGE 4S«-16a4 
ItMMTE WiWELL«4-«404 
PAVUREOaMG 4M-fM8 
BEN WHITFIELD VU-Un 
|K)|imE HOWELL 484-0404 

PAUL SODEIKJUSY 
488-6119 




wmmmmm 



Q « VI— l-^i- "-■ 




Retires from Navy 



Collier calls a day 



f^ 



Coler gets outgcting handshake from his CO 



Princess Anne Plaza picks 
new garden club officers 



Everett Collier retired 
from the V. S, Waty re- 
centlr after 19 1/2 years 
coatintiOtts active duty. 

ColUer Joined the Navy 
Jaa 15, 1957, and received 
Us recruit training at 
San Diego. 

Master CUef Collier's 
final tour of duty was at 
Uie Fleet Combat Direc- 
tion Systems Training Cen- 
ter, Atlatnlc, Dam Neck 
wlnre he served since 1973 
as tbe Cbief Master at 
Arms tor the base and as 
the manager of the Bach- 



elor Enlisted Quarters. 

It was at Dim Neck that 
Collier made his present 
rate of E-9, the highest 
oilisted rate in the Navy. 
Retirement ceremonies 
honoring ColUer were held 
at the base, as he was 
awarded the Navy Achieve- 
ment Medal. 

Collier and his wife, 
Emma, plan on staying in 
Virginia Beach with Col- 
Uer scheduled to start work 
with the Norfolk Sbip- 
buUding and DrydockCoir. 



The Princess Anne Plaza Garden Club; elected offi- 
cers for the 1976-77 year at its recent meeting., Mrs. 
Connie Cannon, ' chairman of the nominating commit- 
tee, presented the slate which was elected by ac- 
elamation. 4 

"The officers will be: president-Mrs. Rae Retzy^rst 
vice-president-Mrs. Shirley Brendle; second vice-pre- 
sident-Mrs. Sandy Blaher; corresponding secretary-Mrs. 
Delores Moody; treasurer-Mrs. Violet Barnes; recording 
secretary-Mrs. Shirley Boon. 



A special report was given by the president, Mrs. 
Margaret Colona, who announced that the club received 
four awards at the Tidewater District Luncheon. 

First place awards received were: Highest percen- 
tage of new club members. Club Bicentennial Project, 
Bird Protection Program at Princess Anne Park and 
Nursing Home, plus an award of merit for garden ther- 
apy. Receiving the color TV set which was raffled off 
at the Tidei^ater District Meeting was Carol VouU- 
sides, new member in the club this year. Receiving 
door prizes were Mrs. Colona, Mrs. Charles Smith, 
and Mrs. Marion Froehler. 

Mrs. JoAnne Cayea and Connie Cannon announced 
that the annual potluck dinner and auction was held 
at Mrs. Cayea's home. 

Recipients of flower arranging and horticulture awards 
at the meeting were Shirley Boon, Delores Moody, 
Vi Barnes, Carol Voultsides, AUegra Winters, and Shir- 
ley Brendle. " , 



Nine members will attend the Virginia Federation 
of Garden Clubs meeting in Richmond to receive the 
Fleming Award. 



Beach's Woods 
-asked for aid 



Gigantic Sale 
°'PIANOS 




SPINETS 
CONSOLES 
GRAND (5' 1") 



Was 11495.00 

Now* 1,095 

Was $1,695.00 

Now* 1,295 

Was $4,800.09 

Now •3,600 



Johnson's Piano 
Tuning Service 



CLOCK MART, 

332 LONDON UHllKiK 

CENTFR 

torm-r Vb. Ketuh HUd. 
nnd GreuC Nrck Rd. 

486-31 05 e 

Always a fine aalsction 
of floor, wall and 
mantal clocks. 
Lsarn about 
tomorrow's antlquss 
today. Frsadellvsry -y 
ind installation on floor \ 
clock In our sarvtes arsa. 







486-2279 

4938 E. Prbicess Anne Rd. 



857-1185 

Norfolk 



Dr. Roy A. Woods, vice chairman of tbe Virginia 
Beach School Board, has been asked to serve as a spec- 
ial consultant to the State of Arionsas on matters re- 
lated to the desegregation of higher education in that 
state. 

Woods, who is the Vice President for Academic Af- 
fairs at Norfolk State College, was asked to serve be- 
cause of what the Arkansas Department of Higher Edu- 
cation termed the serious consideration be has given to 
"alternatives and new approaches" in the field. 

In his request fbr Woods' assistance, Charles M. 
Hodge, the Coordinator fbr Human Resources, in the 
. Arkansas Department of Hi^er Education, cited Woods' 
work with desegregation- related issues which Hodge 
said were "designed to improve and expand inter-ethnic 
awareness, appreciation, and acceptance as related to 
higher education." 

W(Mi will serve for an Indefinite period of time. 



I«XX:0UT 



your iWc wMi Sm Koot-Out 
povNT vfntHitoi' tai> 

uvnn your attic tMnptffitufi by 50^ and hitpioooi 
yuuf boHM* fladuoii your iwiWMf air eoAunioMng 
MM by n iBHCh at 26%< 

HoMiiis Guoranioed for 5 Yean. Fan Motor I Xhtt' 
moilat Guofoftteod 2 Yft. 

ktmml m lm mi SMWtiUrf lto«i( Wet ,.f119J0 

MriMMAiplMk Type Roof IMS 




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rtftrathm Ct, 

NeaMATMS 



eau NMr-nan mo-mo3 nnhti mo-iom 



BEACH BIRTHS 



Mr. and Mrs. Larry Don- 
nell Armstead, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jennings 
A. Johnson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. 
Sahr, ^ughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Garland E. 
Heffington, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kni- 
ght Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. David An- 



Rivi^rton 
officers 
elected 



Hay' was a special mon- 
th for the Riverton Gar- 
d^ Club. 

The annual lucheon and 
installation of new officers 
took place at tbe home of 
Elsie Kati, a former mem- 
ber and officer. 

Guests were given a tour 
of the Katz home and gar- 
(tens. 

(Mficers for 1976-'77were 
insUlled by Karyl Krat, 
outgoing president. The 
new officers are Nancy 

Rawls, president; Mary- 
ellen Higglnbotham, first 
vice presided; Coral Lee 
Foster, second vice pres- 
ident; Fran Fry, recording 
secretary; Frances Mc- 
Curdy, corresponding sec- 
retary; and Margaret Ste- 
wart, treasurer. 

Karyl Kraft took top 
honors lor artistic merit, 
and Frances McCurdy re- 
ceived the award for hort- 
iculture. 



Wins B. S. 

Debra E. Laipply, of 
telfor Court, has received 
a bachelor of science de- 
gree in mathematics from 
Michigan State University. 



drew Shamitz, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Warner Ogden, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Stephen Miller, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. William 
Max Gaskin III, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ray 
Meeks, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alain Ar- 
mand Roullet, daughter; 



Mr. and Mrs. James Ed- 
ward Stott, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Glenn Burnett, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ro- 
bert Hofl, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 
Bryai^ Bland, dai^hter 

Mr. and Mrs. Lankford 
Perry Williams, daughter; 



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Brand new tire valves 



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ANDGIRLS 

MUST BE 12 YEARS OF AQE OR 
OLDER Iff you would Ilka to tam 
•xtra monay and Uva In any of tha 
araaa Ralad balow, call 486-3430, 

Monday thru Frictoy 

(t€AT NECK PTi 
BIRDNECKPUINf 

GREAT NECK ESTATE? 

OCEANNA 

LAKE BDWARDS AREA? 

LAWSON FOREST 
|(INGSTON AREA 

(Kings Lake Ct. area) 
STRATFORD CHASE 

ACREDALE 
BELLE HAVEN 
KINGS GRANT FOREST 
GATEWOOKPARK 
THALIA 

DIAMOND SPRINGS LAKE 
EUREKA PARK 
SEABREEZE FARM 
LITTLE HAVEN 
OLD DONATION 



Cat t o dafpnd wtut •amtig 
that mnn mamf light now! 

4ei-343e 



4 



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City of Virginia Bepch, Va. 




— I rjuL a t 9 TQ^ — T^T-T 



2 



15 cents 



Thousands come 
to Beach, study 

artwork and, uh.. 



July 4 blast! 



AAwrica celebrates its Bicentonniai 
birthday Sundiir, July 4 andinuii*erof 
events have been planned in ttM Virginia 
Beach area. Here, we get into the right 



spirit with fourttgraderMelia Fernan- 
do, from Deep Creek, a G.A. Treakle 
student. 



By BUIR THURHAN 
Of The Sun 

the best part atxMit Uie 21st An- 
nual Virginia Beacb Art Festival was 
tMt tiiere vas more to oSer tiian 
jQti art. For instance, Oere were 
MOugh bikini-clad Kirls wandering 
around to '"ijfr"* *▼*>> the most ar- 
dent art ONlBp^ur. 
I But if ^ij^^tt't interesi you, 
tb«re wa« siK |^nty of art to go 
around. -ft^ 

Artist^ ^tm a«UL and far came to 
display U0»AI Hkelr Woit, bask in 
the sijl, ai rap with the pe<9le who 
spent ISieir tree time meandering 
aflMng the exhibits. 

The artists, many ia swim aMMrel, 
sat by their w(ark, adjusting flieir 
ctuirs in order to get the most from 
the son. 

Curiously, one artist Who did all 



SUN wins 4 awards 
in '76 VPA contest 



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1^ VtofWa Press AstoctattortH ' 

announced that THE SUN has won tour ; 

.awards to tto VPA 1976 Better News- 
paper CoM«it. 

tte hcaorsareh^^^byalirst 
tor "ExeelleMe <d Edtorial Pvtt," 
the ^lt« (pacUleaUycltiocaditorR. 
Gord>^« Orsd's massive tav»tigation 
Into ike SMe CorpottUon Commis- 

- slon, ramraisstonH- Preston Shamoo, 
tor tocal tie- in and accompany ingtor- 
Bd edttorial smo^ The SCC for- 
tes Gapped a lix-pail series ob MU- 
ties, written by Ursri. 

In aditttiea, THl SOn s«ored a w- ' 
eoHi tor EiceUeace of f n^ Page. 
■MOid tar Gikeral MUe-Up, andtl* 
• Wrd lor EietUcace til W^itl M ^ 



fie wlmlng fttwt apagearaefnm 



itmFtbt 4 Issae dnwn by Ursul M^ 
^«red ^ tte etftWswxpc^e detail- 
ing nit VS crisis hire at the B^ch. 
TW pir« ^taied two other 'u«m»1 
stories, tft^e on atertatamwt -- 
eouBtry music. |bli-i9wastori»n> 
tai 10 Matured edor — red, used in 
oni IcndUne, one screen and also fbr 
a ^fa^typodermie syriage. 

Tie general aake-up se^ed |dace 
came tor tte same editlH, a W-p^se 
SUN etfra heavy in comment Mdptc- 
trnial anted. 

^ The MvHtlsaig ialah hvpewd as 
Iftid MMn^ adnaagerBobRie- 
's ptoemol and artwrk. 

WS pf be prewited bon- 
ry certllicates for all kwr eate- 
rt Am VPA's Awards Luncheon 
k mUtomSburg. Jriy 10. 



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on work 

All the art was not ^ .ta &e 
boardwatt last week. r^ 

Ed Majaard, a studett at FinK 
Colonial, does his thing right on tte 
beach. V» 

Hie alligator pictured on pe|0 h*\ 
is foA one ^ IS sand scu^itares 
that Uajm^d has done attboui^. "I 
am wUui^ .to try anytiiing. " 

This pftrtteHlarscu4>ture took May 
nant almost three hours to create, 
but lU^ done it several times, be- 
fore. "I have d(me it one foot Kng 
and I did ft « feet long. When I 
did the Ug «», a policeman asked me 
to stop sO^ I vas digging such big 
holes htt* lend.' 

Hayaarf (toesn't use water, 
eqdalAtai^ttat ttie sand two or three 
ioehes ifflder the surface is damp 
oaougb to bold its shape. 

"I got started about three year* 
ago," l» said, Pwfaen I saw a sail- 
er doing it. I got a three hour 
e^redltcesUp and I've been doing tt 
irer stoce." 

If you dtmt mind spending a little 
dine, mayte you cA ccnne q> i^tth 
fiomethl^ like Ed Ifaysard. 

Anyway, its fun trying. 





cited 



4.fea^ti<tcle br SUli editor R. 
Goi^n UtMl Mu been named best in 
jtewic*. ■ 

'•A ^e EDwrt Another Ttoae" 
ns atoucH^iMtlVttaitfllaYrtn- 
cMs Anne Ci^try Daugbt«rs at tte 
American Revolution ^^iter's 
maricing of the WootUKwse HutoUon. 

"Co^ratulatioiis to lir. Orsul, 
THE SUHandthePrihcessA^Chap- 
ititi" said the letter of a^ifleatton. 
"The rairtoratioB accomrt aad acr 
SHopanying {Aott^nyAs greattjr im- 

prasedtlRttp**" 

Qrstfi d»t woa tto '*f|M»dal" 
■Itloewtde honor i^ d^att|« Mries 
from the Mer 49 states. M earlier 
sw^JHrginia balloting, nnnaltoml 
award came frcm DAR's CosmMtal 
Ooogr^a iMMnf to IMm^^ 



Scene from Boerdwak art ehomr 



she could to shield herself friMn the 
sun, i«s Sandy llarcbetti, win came 
m> froM sonny Fort Laondendale to 
ply hxt trade. With floi^y hit. sun 
glasses and a long-sleeved shirt, she 
manned her eihibitwtt^lHishandReoe. 

Each Id tte Harc^etti'i has tteir 
speciatty, Sandy working tn iatagUo 
etdiingi and Rene mittaig to pottery. 

The Marchetti's try to make about 
II diffe««at art shows a yttr, ven- 
turing as iar from their homea&Ann 
Arbor, Mich. "Saa^ has won a tot 
of awards," said Rene. 'Sb» Just 
recMitly won warn* down in Winter 
Park, Ftorida." 

"The competition wUl be tiHi^ ttis 
year," said Rene, before the )urors 
made their selecttou in the various 
categories. "There are a tot of fine 
artists here. The winners will retOy 
be t«^ notch. ••^. 

Reee Is a aie<JHaie for Eastern 
Airtees, and Sandy te a teacher. 
HoiNiver, they hq>e to make art tteir 
fiiU4ijae Uveliho(A^m the not-too- 
diilbjlgk Mure. 

vAln hU field of pttery, Rene 
has tried to devek^ A own style. 
*Aif«tier tries to creete aw^httg 
dpM^, and I thtd; I bavf tteU^- 
eilrfsttery aro^. Peopto U4e pnt- 
t^jt^jhwld be hMtVey but flU'sflOt 

..Up work is tooredtoly UfCda- 
mf/nfkf so. ^'- .^' 

fHflfl (toes her «ork on frwA 
f^f%f»t. "We tUak tt's tte best,' 
s^^^ie, "we know it's the most. 

K«» seemed overwhetmed ^ tte 
peqA the art show attraetod. Every- 
RH lu been great,' be saU. "Every- 
ne tttts VM arU^ are vagaboeito, 
Hi ttqr are reaUy weU edwated." 

^m such well ethcated artist is 
ltt^<:arr, a r^ltert of Virgtoia 
^^, elK) hopes tb be<»AeMepM- 
de*< i^is Job In wmiputer pei^- 
eralsMursue art later ttis fear. 

*r»^^tmitive," — " **"*■ *• 



like abstracta, sad Ms (rf very bright 
ootors. M a pf^ttld iO'tte middle 
of tte ism$ lor all I^e." 

AiIw|M!ag Mtit lltt oUs on bur- 
lap uTOtter VMXBs tor a while, 
he has been "iraWog on canvas for 
the last few years." 

A warm, (^en person, Carr is more 
than happy to Idhre his interests 
wtth anyone wbs'^lBBls to meet a new 
friend. 

The wind giA quite gusty at times, 
and had many ar^ts hanging on to 
their patotiDgs tcf dor life. Not 
George LadHS- Ms work is done in 
ca^alumttWh. 

6i4gM»Uy from Finland, Laakso 
has Uved at tte Bea«k tor 15 years. 
"I like ttis annual show," be said 
It is JuM Uke recreation. I get to 
mtch the jn-etty girts, and if I get 
to seell smtXbiBg, Oat's nice ioo." 

StemHng behind his art work, is a 
huge figure done to fiberglass, dress- 
ed for tte MeeBtauial. "I dress him 
q> difllire^ every time," said Laak- 
ao. "Last year I had him wearing 
afr^ed swim trunks. " 



Trashmore 
gets ^iing 



, The Vtrglnta B«^ V|^^ Ctob 
wfll perform a ski Itlte at Moudt 
ItMlnore Sunday, July 4 at 1 p.m. 
tte show is open to tte public ui^, 
ttn-e is n admission. :' 

featured will be: Jet ftiats , Ctowns, 
^bg demonstrations, — Jumpiiv 
Mem, Barefotrt and Trick Skiing — 
Wi, nit laA, and Detta Wing Kite 
ijim (weiriter permttttttg). Fa- fur- 
Mr tatori^ton, please <^, 



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A-2 VlTfinla Beach Sbb, Jbbc SO, 1971 



Here's plan for our Ft. Story 



By LEE CAHILL 
SuD PoUttctl Writer 

Fori Sttry u a regiODal recreation area is one <le- 
vdoimeiit ooacqit tor the 1,491 acre federal instaUa- 
tiOB at the eorim- of Virginia Beach where ttie Cheaa- 
peajce 9iX jl|K^ the Atlantic Ocean. 




CLOCK MART 

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Comer Va. Beach Blvd. 
and Great Neck Rd. 

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And it's the ody concq^it. 

Therebi lies its value. 

G, W. Dettennai Jr., preslteot of the Vlr^la Beach 
Dev^pmrat Couneil, toU City Council tM vtth a pJaa, 
the Cowcil is ta a ixultlon to act, regardlMS et who 
GcntroUed the property. 

Conrad H. Retdt- ^airjUB W the Coincfl's Mody 
conmittee on Port Stdly'tlrch hfti pHpir«rriipe»A 
envislDiiing the area as a unii^e regional park, said that 
the Beach "has a plan. No otters have.' 

tf the Department of the bterlor or the General 
Services Administration ask Ibr suggestiols on what is 
to be done with the property, the Beach hu a plan "oo 
pq>er and in detail," he said. 

0( conne, the land still telmfa to the United SUtes 
Army, and aitbough there has been much discussioo 
abod turning the Fort property over to the State, nolh- 
tag definite las been decided. 

The most significant decision of Reid's committee 
is that that acreage be kept from becomhig "private^ 
owned." 

The Fort Story proposed presented to City Coancil 
Monday afternoon b an elaborate and detailed rqiort 
which provides lor some sort of recreiUonal activty 
on virtually every sipare ft)ot of property. Reid said 
that the way the plan is formed, it will be iiselil if 
ody a part of Fort Story were turned over to Oie pri>- 



Uc. 

The OoMgattee t^ectad a regional iwir<otdlliehiaig 
tte ptMkal aMJdhrlsloaa in tto Sou^mtem R^oMl 
nwmfeig Dlstriet-I^iflolk, Chesapeake, Ptniaraouth, 
llorltilk.iM Virginia Beach and Isle <t WigM and Soirfh- 
ha^ptopConties. ' 

He Mthorlty in diarp of the park wodd be raqion- 

•ibie to m wmmma&i wm-wmfrnt^mOM Wfi 

were to be shared. "The wide varity of ailettelBBeBl 
aad recreation wovU make the Park oiteiattUDg on 
the East Coast," Rekl said. 

The Committee dU not discuss tltiandBg because, 
Reid said, tte cost migM vary from noOiiiv to mll- 
Ikns of dollars. However, he dU say that State and Fed- 
enl money would invbaldy be soogU to finance the 
pnjecl. 

The rqwrt also suggests that thwe shouU be limited 
access totheparfcatttiealreailyalstiiiglhree gates 
wth aa entrance chug*. Reid said an hot a fcw of the 
aeUvtios in the pi^iinld be free so that the public 
cadd have ftee use efbefteOities. 

ActtTlties wonki taclnde: 

Beach and water qiorts taduding defined swimmfeig 
aveu, ihrflng, two swimming piwls, sad surlxMnl 
ani mff^meti rentals, a bait and tadcle shop, and 
aailhoMt rentals. 



(Naming and po^ aettvitos wiii a hoMqr activity 
eatw aeMm room, anq^dthakter, aeiivtty center. 
giBq> tert oipiHg, grov d^ oultagt, pl^s to^ 
and short term ovenight accommodattoes, UUng and 
advn trails. 

AttMiesiuefeaarldtagatablesaBdtrtUs.Uketralls 
tads eM^a, handbaO courts, shuffle board, bowllag 

mfKiaame:miB, squuOi courts, goir 1idiifiM;\ 

iBodel alrplaae field, postal ntf ud dn^ shool- 
ii«, ai«hery, children's play areas, sad gymaashuB. 

nature, Hatorleal aad lardM displqa. 

GonoeMioM taehidteg nwtKuruts aad aaaek bars. 

Sqiport arau iida(Mag ooadort aUrttoastafdimation 
eenteM, doiR^H stiltons, aad a bos system similar 
tottetoardmlktrato. 

BttOdings airoaity on tte base eoaU te uliUsed 
lor sbnaaras pivpoaed for tte Park with some r»- 
BovattMs. aottsta« att ea Am base eoald also te nsod 
tohtesotto pnaaneal staff tor the park aad for sum- 
mer rantaL 

Reid reeommended fttf tte OmbcU or its represea- 
tifives meet wtth rqavseatetives cf mealters of the 
Santheastera PlanalBg Ostrlet to ngton iM plan. He 
Mgphastaed Oie tod ftat ike ^aa U par^ advisory 
and aot tatMded to impose nytlUig oa tte IMstrict. 

Mayor J. Curtis Payae saggcsted ttet the report te 
Mat to State Legisl^n. 



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For on •nchonling aTaiiliii this 

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Folymtian drink* and cBCktolh. 

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rffoon vagwom* ■ i iwimwin 
Mon.4M. 11S0 (.m. to tM p.m. 



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Shn PK^ieal Writer 



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Wishing Is eitraordinarity good cpi tte Long Creek 
Canai. ttet^s thipirablem. 

Peopifi eomejmm aa:«ver, said GMrge Ball, pre- 
sident qt ,tte B^ard Bay Civic League, bat toe erai- 
monlty istt equipped to handle toe toflux of peqide. 

Tte eaUfe area Is Uttered, te said, aad Oe tow 
tradi tetrtds provided are laigelyaHned; tte litter 
in turn creates a health hazard by ittrietiag rate aad 
other vermii. The fishing area, tte oa^ eatrance to 
the Board Bay restdeatial area, iawuitp&j. And, he 
added, cars fllegially pariced cause a trMBc tesaid. 

The pdlce, he said, teve beea "ma^ifieeat," but a 
physical iMrricade is neaded. 
.-The safety hazard extends to the fistermen because 
the water te d^p and tte tkies swifi mat tte work on 




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te pieasa to aaaeaaca 
tteepaptagorau 
ofllee iMl'tte practice ef 
GEREttU. aiRGEST 
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tte Caiml aii^med by City Couacil Mooday ateraooa 
wU o^y i^ease the (tenger, Ball said. 

Ban«d^sed Council before 1 apfvoved an ^ro- 
IHi^on al 91.175,000 tor ttree M^imay aad ««taeer- 
lagjirQiadKdacludtag |tt2,00» inriteCaBal. Tte con-. 
atewliOB will raise sides ak«r tee eamU wUch will 
mOe It dunm tor fistermen or tte chlldrea witt 
thaai uAo happea to MB tato tte mter to cfimb out. 
^Jfot Ifetf flw City tes scheduled work oa tte eaaal 
Wl fliiaks ito a good ttme to aiake tte area safe aad 
bautttol. 

Ctty Maaagtr George L. Hadmry said ttet signs teve 
ben meted to no avail and tttf tteeootraetors work- 
teg ttera teve teea deterred teeaase flshemM flsfe 
tRna tta eaaateneUoa aq^aMrt. tfaU etae tofls, te 
srid, flsMng will have to te proUlrfted. 

Kiritkar Bafl aor meadiers of tte Concil seem to 
aiBlftat. 

Gondlmaa Botert B. Cromwdl. Jr. remarked that 
te didn't tUak S fcir to dose tte Area to kw-aUd- 
teg Ashenaea. It's a good place to fteh.* 

CoBMilfflaa Jcka A. Basra adced Batf>*ry to kxA tato 
sueeusatal measares tor oomtetiag litter te geaeraL 
Baatary said tte City trtes to deaa tte boardwalk 
earty aad ttet tte aumter of recepUdes has beea 
«vaade4. 

Cfoi^vall said ttet somie 12-year oUs are more sea- 
skive to tte Uttnr^pnideai thaa adatts. 

HaittHiT agreed thtf some youager peoide ptok up 
trash whfle tteir dders litter. 

ne oliier two projecte taelnded te the appro^iatioa 
Moaday are PtHtws Road. $529,700 aad BoOaad Swamp 
Road Phase I I7IS.I00. Ite nDpeyrepreswte91.MS.2flO 
to Sevraae amrteg toads for tte six montts eadtog 
Dec. SI aad 9206,740 k teter^t earned oa tte Revenue 



r\txjr Choice 

Deogri cokx batanoe. . its atl a rnaMsr of c^ioioa TTw 1^ 

msefitJiB of eac^ a si|)erb d^pee of craft»Tian#ife ard a fhe (XDnceiT^ 

JordBial add ip to styia ^Mlh reasQBg^ prices ar)d some sourd adito 

[ WQ.c»t. meto ttiet choice a lot ea^ec 



!ity park fees 
mulecl by counci 

Cky Coaeil te coesMtrfaff the posaDMllty of eharg- 
kg ont-of-dty resUeate a tea for adi« tte Ctty's 
parte. 

Coaaellaiaa Ftoyd E. WatorfMd Jr. has aaggastad 
such a darga. 

City Iteaagar Goeqte L. Eaaboiy said tte admlate- 
tratioa is evraifly wwkkw oa a proeaat^toa oa tte 
aal^ecttorCaaacIL 

Coaaca dteeassod fees tor oat-of etty phyers 
idiea tte Owte Creek tuite ooaqdez wu opeaed last 
year as aa attemativa to dailag everyoee a toe. 
However, gaaanl toes tor all users of tte courts 
ware tavosad aad are te toree. 

Beach schcxDl funds 
freed by poiticos - 

Cky Caaadl has authortaed aqwatttaras of 9tt,«00 
te Federal, Sate aad toeal finds for several school 
Board iHf^ecte. 

Meatos coma from tte Matteaal Detoasa Edaeattoaal 
Faad (federal). 97.019,07; for voeattonl edueattoa. 
96S,5I0.9S aad pitot studies, 9U.500 (state) atf iasar- 
nee a^astmaate Ooeal) 97,500. 

Tte BMaey wiU to apm oa edueatioaal smpttM, 
917,S19Jn, pnltert>aal teprovameate. 97.500; repair 
aad rvtaeeasMl of eqa^mnt. 9S0.196.93; r«aira to 
hafidtag aad gronads, 97.500. aad furniture aad aqrip- 
meat9t9.M9. 

Cofipfe commended 

On May 3. Cteater^ HOnu Varaadoe averted a 
har^ry ta a flrat floor radaaea of aai^rteiaat house 
■ IMh Straat ittare tea Vaiaadnes occupy a secoad 
ftoor apartteaBl. 

Moaday aftetaooa Cky Coaaefl passed a rasotattra 
eoamadteg tke yeaag eo«to. Mayor J. Cailto Payae 
■Idttat as aranlloftteVanadoesaettoas.twosB8- 
paete ware ap^^Anded. 







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BEACH 

2/icf Family Fun Day 
Is scheduled July 4 

TiM Virilnia Bweb D«itrtin«it of Parks and Recrea- 
' tkn It.tanijr (o UHWunee the Second Annual Family Fuo 
Day at MonaA Traahmore Fark My*. 

Actirltiae «U1 be eeoteredarouBdold fashioned games, 
musical entertainment, a "Birthday Party for U.S.", and 
a spectacular tlrewortu display that evening. Events will 
bafUi at 1 p.m. and be continuous throughout the day and 
•venlnf . Last year partlclfMtiOB «u tremendous and we 
•ipwt even greater numbers this year. In case of rain, 
the eirtlre schedule will be transferred to Monday, July 
•' 5. 



PTA off lews filled 



Btyshte Hl^ School Pamit Associations officers for 
tts 197C-77 term were announced at the last scheduled 
■Mtlac lor the school year. 

Bob Eldsoi was eleded president and serving with 
Um are: Mrs. Stuart H. Barondess, 1st vice president; 
Dick Mitchell, End vice president; Mrs. Karen Ander- 
son, Secretary; Mrs. Constanc*?Pa|il, Corresponding 
Secretary aad Mrs. Margaret M, Vnjneawwhuise wiU 
be in charge of Mentorship. 

The PTA meetligs for the new Mhool year will be 
held Uie first lliursday In October, January, March 
and May. 



School opening set 

The Early ChUdhood School will be opeBing in Sept- 
ember at nulla Thrlidty Presbyterian Church, 420 
Ttalia Bead, Virginia Beach. 

The fbur-year-old class elll be limited to 15 children 
aad will canter araoBd tiw child's need to trust, to 
eq>lore sad to.llve with others. 

The teacher will be eiperienced and certified. The 
scho(ri hours are 9-12Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thurs- 
days. Children should be four-years-old by Oct. 1. 

RegistratloB will be each Wednesday 10-12 beginning 
immedMately. For further information call 427-3360. 



Delegates appointed 



Ten of the U at-large delegates to the Arts and Hum- 
anities Commission have been aniointed to serve terms 
baginnlng July 1. 

City Council has named as two year members Mrs. 

, u ■. mijui ji..m.n. r. 



Crtst, Edward iMgin Jr. and G. STaftud Balderson. 
0M-ywr-B««ber8.wU! be Mi^. ^l^W. Muscik, 
Mrs. David Sarrett, Mrs. Madlyn E. tiptcm, Mrs. WU- 
lard Whlt^urst and Heary Clarke. All but Clark and 
Balderson are p^sently swvlng on the commission. 



Training on tap 

The nephew of a Virginia Beacb resident has been 
selected to receive specialised training after complet- 
ing Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Tez. 

Airman James M. Casanova, whose aunt is Mrs. 
Lilian Knvtson of 235 A Dam Neck Road, now goes to 
Lowry AFB, Colo., to attend the Air Training Command's 
munitions and weapons maintenance specialist course. 

The airman is a 1974 graduate of First Colonial 
High School. 



Brickell honored 

Dr. E. E. BrickellfSi^rintendetttoftheVirslniabeacb 
Public Schools, has been named by Governor Mills E. God- 
win to a four year terra on the Board of Visitors of the 
College of William and Mary. 

Brickell, a Phi Beta lUwn graduate of the College, 
earned a bachelor's degree In English, an advanced cert- 
tiraial administration from William and Mary. He also 
holds a master's degree In English from the yniverslty of 
Chicago. 



f^terson president 

Dn! Thomas W. Petersw of Norfolk was elected pre- 
sMot, and Dr. Bob M. Martin of Virginia Beacb elected 
secreUry-treasurer erf tte Virgnla Ortbodonttc Society 
at Oa Society's recant l^th annual meeting Dr. James 
E. Mclver <tf Richmond was named pmldeirt-elect. Or- 
thodontics Is ttie dental speciality dealing with correcting 
tooth alignment and bite. 




Beach's Mrs. Nancy Owen 
captures Ralston award 



The Norfolk Crwdlt Ek- 
•cwtives, a Chapter of the 
lateraational Consumer 
Credit Association, has an- 
MMnced that Mrs. Nancy 
Owen Is the receplent of 
the William J. Ralston A- 
ward.* 

The Award Is presented 
annually to tte person who 
has achieved outstanding 
performance working In the 
flMof credit. Mn. Owen 



is married, the mother of 
three children, and is 
Siqwrvisor of the Accoun- 
ting Section at Tosewood 
Memorial Park, Inc., iriilch 
is located on North Witch- 
duck Ro^d, Virginia Beach. 
Her work as a Director 
of the I.C.C.A., a member 
of the Norfolk Credit Wo- 
mans Intematioaal, and 
editor of their bulletin, 
contributed to Mrs. Owen's 



receiving this Award. She 
is presently the Virginia 
State President and Re- 
cording Secretary for the 
C.W.I. Dlstrtct 12, was 
Treasurer of the Norfolk 
Credit Eiecutives. The 
WUllam J. Ralston 

The award was presented 
to Mrs. Owen by Mrs. 
Bemle Ogletree at the an- 
nual banquet, which was 
held at the Shore Drive Inn. 



Read Sun Classifieds! 



«ncR CNW poNS Willi vMyma am 



'0 Virginia!' play 
slated for Beach 



Virginia Beach is about 
to be treated to the Har- 
binger's Theatre presen- . 
tation of "0 Virginia!" 

It is a new Bicentennial 
drama based on the life, 
times and princ4>les of Pa- 
trick Henry, and will use 
the actual letters and spe- 
eches of Henry and his con- 
tonporaries. 

The patriotic stage pro- 
duction will hold forth at 
the old avalier Hotel Fri- 
day through Monday, at 8 
p.m. opening and doling 
nights, at 7 ttie middle two. 
Athnisslon is free. 

"0 Virgtala!" is per- 
formed by two actors play-. 
• "■ ■ "B t tfia^ 'jatfl^charaB^ 
era to the stoiy-telling tra- 
dition. 

The tate Is not Justaboot 
Patrick Henry, taut about 
^ an the men whose strength 
of character, conrage and 
virtue founded a country 
whose govemmrat is de- 
signed to asrare freedom, 
safety and Justice for all 
(even if it hasn't.) 

FoUowhig Us current 
stand, the play will continue 
to be presented at Beadi 
area churches mtil the 
middle of July. 

The play is approiimate* 
ly one hour in length. R 
was written and directed by 
Jeffrey Tayka*. 

Harbinger's nteatre is 
the dramatic ann of the 
pnisii; ministry of Campus 
Crusade for Christ.- The 
{4ay itself is not so mucha 
fictional account of what 
might have happ^ed hi the 
late 1700's as, it is an ac- 
counting of the revolution- 
ary struggle asseenttirou- 
gh the actual letters and 
speedies of Patrick Henry 
and his contemporaries. 

However, it is not tedi- 
ous, as a docummtary mi- 
ght be, because It is given 



story telling mauwr where 
both actors play many of the 
different characters invol- 



ved to flie narrative. 

The two actors are Jack 
Ckik and Gayland Sins. 



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department? 

If you have a question about your bill or want a 
change, made In youc service (such as a phone 
moved an extension, InstaHed, or your directory 
listing changed) call our business offlco. If 
your phor>e is out of order, (the bed doesn't 
ring, you can't hear or be heard, or you have 
a continuing problem of any kind), call our 
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Whatever your question about your service, 
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Pi»:SIDENT: 
GENERAL MAMACER: 
ADVERnSQIG MAIHGER: 
EWTORr * * 

BUSINESS MANAGER: 
CmCULATIOM MANAGER: 



MANES BTERLY 
KENNESi F. CURLEY 
BOBREIGBSf 

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at 136 Rosemont Rd , Virginia Beach, 
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Lynnhaven Station in Virginia Beach. 
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Beach worker studies 

eSfjtt home 



Beach base v^s 
NCUA'sawatd 



The Navphlbas« Federal Credit Onion of Little Creek 
nas earned a National Credit Union Administration 
(NCUA) Thrift Honor Award lor its success in stimulat- 
ing savings among small savers. 

The credit onion attained a monthly growth rate of 
3.68 percent in aecotmts under $20,000. This late of 
"rowth was well abo? e the average for Federal credit 
unions of similar sice. 

On Dec. 31, 1975, the credit anion had 7,156 members 
with total savings of |4,691,258. The credit union was 
chartered in 1960. Morrison Staples is president of 
the credit union and Miss Eleanor Field serves as 
treasurer. Robert Moifan is manager. 

Pebble honored 

Debbie I^tIhf, dimgUer of Mayor and Mrs. J. Curtis 
Payne, Virginia Beaeh, has been faomfed by the Old 
Dominion ^veirsity Alumni Association as one of this 
year's outstanding ODU athletes. 

Ms. Payne, a senior, was honored for her perfor- 
mance as ceMer-forward on the Lady Monarchs field 
hoclcey team. A past team captain, she has beentlibsen 
most valuaUe player for two seasons and was leading 
scorer for the team. 

Gmrge Winslow, ODU alumni association president, 

ptestirted Ms. Ptqrne. «ttli#.w<.«nKraved BUvap-«e«l - 

' in cdbmeiMftatio<l^«A am^Ta^itivenuifr'-':^-^' " 

Alphas hokf meet 

In a beautiful candeligtat ceremony,;the nine members 
of t»e newly formed Preceptor A^riut Al^ Clapter of 
Beta- Sigma Phi, took their Exemplar Preceptcn- Degree. 

The Ritual was given in the home of Mrs. Jean Brown 
by Mrr Mary Lou Bunch; asslstetf by Mrs. DoUy An- 
derson and Mrs. Vivian Fentress of the Prec^or Xi 
Ch|pter. 

^ecefAoT Alpha Alpha's officers for the 1976-1977 
y^ were installed lollowiiM;tteRttnai. they are Pre- 
si^ - Mrs. Jranne Fisher; Vice President - Mrs. 
Sl^l^ Parsons; CorrespoMing Secretary - Mrs. Jean 
B^um; Recording Secretary - Mrs. JeanGlisson; Trea- 
s«rer - Mrs. Martha Kofira,- Extension Officer - Mrs. . 
Joyce Justice. " 



Ford reorganmes 

■ JotanR. Ford, presidentofFrtnkR. Ford Jewelers, has 
announced changes in staff within Us three store organiza- 
tlM. 

' Fredrick Curdts, former corporate vice president, has 
retired as manager of the Virginia Beach Store. Norman 
Devane, fbrmer assistant manager of the Virginia Beach 
%D1 Atlantic Ave. Store has been appointed new manager. 
John Dermady, formerly a secretary of the corporation, 
is now vice president and John R. Ford Jr. has replaced 
him as Secretary. 

Slaughter landed 

Dcictor (Major) Arthur R. Slaaghter, son of Mr. and 
Mra. Ba^min 0. Slaughter of 881 Carolina Ave., Vir- 
ginia Beaeh, was prraented theAniyr Commendation Me- 
(kl by Colonel G.E. Phltoff, Comnander, daring cere- 
ii»ni|s recenUy at tbf^ Dunham Amy Health Clinic, 
Carlisle Barracks, Pa. ' 

He is a 1963graduateoftteVii^inia Beach High School 
and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Davidson 
College in North Carolina in 1967. 

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We follow th&n . 

Knowingly or unknowingly, the thousands of sunworship- 
p«fs who annually flock to this resort city are following in 
ttf iootsteps of the country's forebears. 

It was here at Cape Henry, where the Ch^ap^ke Bay 
and the Atlantic converge, that the Jamestown colonists 
made their landfall after the long voyage from England. A 
memorial cross marks their landing spot. 

Laramay on list 

Lawrence Laramay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lara- 
may of parcelona Lane, has been named to the dean's 
list at the University of Virginia for the first semester. 
He is a graduate of KELLAM High Sctool 

PuKey graduates 

Ra|^ Pulley ^ Virginia Bach has received a ma^er 
of bqftiess adminlstraticn degree from Wakf Forest 
Univ#itty i« atmmeacemee^jatr^ts Jf^ T«mtiy 
Mthiampus. 



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SnalM tttes sear* you? 

Not1air«e Pek, wto omi 40Oof the 
•Btbery rifitn. 

Pel*, «a aceotffit aecutiTa tor Stin 
Canera in Virgink Beaeh, keq» tht 
rapUles is a Iioim is Portsmoutt 
to aid Ui itwty tovard a Teterinary 
dogrte. 

"Man pMid* die Snm toe stings 
tltto snake Wes, " Pds said. About 
7,000 AffltitfeutmbtttDnei7]t«r 
and Sivroida^fy IS dla. 

HowOTtr, Oii's 10 reason to be 
snke-kamr. iSliree drops otpolson- 
ins sa^ veiion can kUl aSOOpoud 
nan Irlthia an hoar,'' Pele varas. 

CoQsUertng tte law of averages 
tids snske «eciaUst is tacky to be 
aUve. 

Be has been btten six times. 

"The Ute is like hot molten metal 
iiad been pou^ Into you," Pde ex- 
plnined. i 

His knowledie of sntkes and speed 
in getting to the doctor have saved bis 
lie. His (ferug store toeps a sqiply Of 
anti-toxin for him. And Mknows pro- 
per snake htte treatment that hemnst 
cit out the bite and sack out the ven- 
om. 



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Usually the oakes bite him on flie 
fingers. He has tonnd that by vigorous- 
If flinnring tte htnd sroond in a cir- 
cle, the poison is driven out by cen- 
tilflgsl force. 

"Hst" or polsonoassnakM are de- 
finitely not to be played with. Ptdson- 
oas snakes in his. coDection to be 
foond to Virginia Beaeh, particnlarly 
in the St. Bride's area, are the eaoe- 
break rattler and the moceasin. 

However, Pele belieres tiiat toe 
nmny peoide Ull uqr Und of snake 
wttbori knowing whether it is poi- 
sonotts or not. 

P^ aekapirte^l the Itet that tl4 
ll«M|y *lte alMto^ "hot" snakel 
U* Ihe rattlir. ^s the Mun « 
bad name. "People]«t|otottemwlth 
th^ axes and eartiaes wbetherthey 
be benafieial or polsoaoas," he 
said as two rattlers ande sttfie-llkf 
noises in tte neaitqr enge. 

A King snake cnwkid oat <rf aBank 
of Virgtaia noaejr beg onto a Itfile. 

"The King snake, tor aumple, 
keeps rodents down and kills poiaon- 
ooB snakM," Pele saU. 
« 

hrtttfiwdbid 

As a rale, the pattermd snakes are 
pdisonons sad the harmless oiMS are, 
solid or itiiiied. The ktogsnakslsof- 
ten kUled beoMseofUspatten-Uack 
wtth white dwlns. 

The aaake«*iU aradnd iself , took- 
ing tfr an ianoeeM ebnarvw deadly as 
a oohra. Pde|l^>9'jnd hoMs Um^ 
by the bead, forked toigae darting to 
and Old. Be handles the snake fbar- 
lessly as if tt vere a lanri). ; 

SniKtfant? 

While Pele dQeanattoq>a* snakes 
for peU, he tou Imtd tbtf Hie TM*- 
water area has growli« aniAers of 
make enthusiasts. He estimates 100 
pfrsons here have either garter or 
bkck snakes for pets. 

AH 'Oe habits and novementoof 
the snake are Ihsdnatiw to 'de. He 
has a partiealar penduM tor the hog- 
nosed snak9. He dnips snolher Bank 
of Vlrgtaia bag on die table. 



Out rolls the blaek bog-nose. 

"Usually he wiU ^iread himsdf 
and aet like a oftra," Pels saM. Af- 
ter dltherhig around on he smooth 
surfhee the snake turns over, lAite 
side-showing and ties mottonlns— 
"Playing deed," said the snake mas- 
ter. 

Pele sometimes ftoels he is slngle- 
haodedlf saving TUewater's snake 
pqwlatkm. "The Miake has a hard 
time maktog it anymore," he saU. 
It is vlctime of the developer who 
dMtroys his home, or die faarftil 
dtixeB wHh rea<fy,shotgim. 

"Wherever residential develi^- 
ment occurs the snake populatlop de- 
creases. . . 



SUN photos 
by Lavinia 
Edmunds 



"The snake was tUk first animal to 
lay an egg on land. Itey were here 
before us. . .They've earned their 
right to be here," be stressed. 

Fvrthemmre they play an import- 
ut rote to tte balance of the food 
diato, Ptie saM. 

Often when he hears of a new de- 
vetopment beginning, he'll go snake- 
catehtog. 

"I pot three years toto moving 
snakes out of Greenbrtor so they 
wouldn't be completely eradicated," 
hesaU. 




Steve Pele, stadent of snakes, gives 
SUN readers tips on 1»w to handle 



For yoar safety, if you see a poi- 
sonous sittke, keep away. Sukes stri - 
kes out of Iter, not because they want 
toeat yoa. 

"llaqr4toieB thesad»iaa«rprtoed 
as Hie victim," Pele said. U hlkii« 
to flie wooito, wear thick hUdng boots. 
These cannot be penetrated by snake 
tags. 

Poke bashes with a sUck and lock 
before placing your hands to bushes, 
OB ledges, or trees. 

If bttta by a snake, "Immediately 
extract the poison and get on a direct 
rorte to the doctor, Pde advises. 

Some medical experts arediscour- 
agtog cntttog oat the M^^^^because it 
cuts nerve endh^, hut Pele believes 
it Is more Importairt tomakeasquare 
Incision around the bite and suck out 
the venom. Any delay could mean 
ampotatton, w wm-se, death. 

He does not recommend the three 
polsooovs Tidewater snakes — the 
rattlesnate, the water moccasto and 
the eopim'head ~ for pets. 

"Too AouU choose a snake with a 
Ustory of livtag well to captivity," 
he said. "Make sm-e food is avail- 
able." Garter snakes, rat snakes and 
Ung sttskes make good pets, he said. 

They will eiA rate or squirrels. 



Virginia ieac/i Cub-Scouts 



Pack 364 presents top awards 



The BM^ presltigious <a CiA Sc«itli« awards, the 
Arrow of L^ht, was preseMed to Ken Acock, S«« 
bratteU, James Browning, Scott Jam^.J^u MtlcheU, 
Tbie Ifcirfl^, B<* Parkw, Brian 1^, MUk Welch and 
OavM Zata at the flnal m^lng «r the season tor Cri> 
ScoriM4, 

Ttm mmm, ^esMed byCidmaMerWlIliamT. Conner, 
Jr., was heU at Bayside Presbytertan Ctarch, which 
^nasored the Pack. Webelos I^a Ipmentedtteopenlv 
flag ceremony for the recent meetly. 

OHwr aeUevemrals for te m(»th iiRlaA^» MUe 
AUa, ^plien Hamilton and David Mcleu were tateded 
as B<*eats. Erik Rueff, Cluls t^ta 4to« with one gUd 
arrow and Jim sym with one |(M and one silver arrow 
■«te Wolf stetui. Rar amn^ wMt to Cluls WUam 
alo^ with erne pjld arrow and Bill Bissell with one 
gold arrow and ms sOvvr arrow.^ 

Webelos colors were presneted to Keith Peszefla 



aloag wtth two sUver arrows and a two-year service 
star, Alvln WhiUey wtth the athlete and ^rtmaaawards 
and Jim Cheiry with one sllve arrow, 

tcMttion n i i' a w a i da. Erie PflMer, ose geld arrow 
■ad ttTM sUvM- arrows; Ibrk Bennett, om g^ airow; 
EUnarlew, one g^ and one tfver arrow; one-^U' 
sentee rtar; CoUia Smtth, one gold ud two ^nt 
arnnrs; Ridiard Butt, AM Owws and Eerie GreriUa, 
'two-y«r service rtars; Jimmy Paerao, aowman badge 
and one-year s«raee star* WIU ConMr,ATtt^HHiror«s- 
ttf awards; f|(M by^tai, Sp«»t^n, b«tas«' Oat- 
doorsmaa, l^ttitM od Cttliea amrtt; ^ska BatlUff, 
^jwtsmaa nd flrtdoorsmaa; Joba Mtti^eU, acnuu, 
%iortmaB, Cnftstoan, Forerter.ttr^-yearscnrteentt'; 
Ka AdoidE, (Mdoermaa, |p1sm^; Scott Baraddl, 
Outdoorsmaa; Jim Browiyng, CtatdDorsmui, SctaiMst; 
ScoM iua^^.0if^m^k,. N^nUM, CttiiwM Bob 
Puia, iU|ka|tf, AttOate, O^ioorsmaa, Brian R^p, 



Ootdoorsman, Naturallat; David Zahn, Outdoorsmaa, 
CiUiSB, Nataraliirt; and9wwmaa. 
. Ite foltowi^l! Cobs aim crossed over the brMne 
Md inre weloHned to the Boy Scoitts: Ken Adoock, 
Snitt Baraddl, Jim Brvwtiog, Doug Hmrter, Scott James, 
Ma IBleheU, Vdb hrter, Etknul Perry, Brian Pc«>. 
TWH t^i^ktos, Mike Weoch and David Zahn. 
' F<riloirtng Om awards pres^atlra tlmpt^nsteokn 
19 tta roar to the erowd as Cvb Pack 364 hel tts amoal 
Ptnewood Derby. Preliminaty raen were hdd wtt^ 
•a^ Dan to order to determtoe Vm partleiputo la 
the mniflaal and final hMte. f 

Semiflttl hetfs rmAed to the sde<«i(» (tf the tostest 
ears mate ^ Kw Adcoek, Scott James, Ri^ard 
ftotk, WIl Conner nd %tHc Norfflc^, tMeheo««led 
te the Htk clmmptoBrt^. 

As a rmll itf tte ftal nu WQlOmM-irfWAtfes 
Dee 1 was awarded tte I^dc Graad Dwt^ Tropfey. 



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CAFFEES Bakery 

425 County 8t 

397-0753 



Sasser's Seaside 

HalrstyHng 
Compltto BtMity SfrviM 
for both LadM & QtirtlanMn 

481-482S 

2955 a»re IMTe 
Bie-Lo SboiviiiK Ctuter 



Over the years, these fine merchants have supported 
" our community In many ways.. . 

Now, It's our turn to support them. 




se:ed»imioji.rd£M Iitoae 

900 Tidewater Drive . 

at Virginia Beoch Blvd. 



TOM RUM8EY 

msuranceAqbicy 

Atao4llotorcycMiomBOmmn- 



464*3594 

1064 Ferrjr PlaaUtim Rd. 

Suite 103 Haifood Profeuioiul Ctr. 

Va. Bw^ Va. 

—1973-1076 



Music Radio 



Bfllf 



4801 F Shore Dnve 






Philaflelphia Cold Cuts 

Itod Italan Submarines" 
Ful selection of sandwichee and plua 

340-9494 



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-1 tturley'smag/es 

Tim imy touch of ^ Pennsyhmria tkiM 

Com* 8m Us at tke New Be-Lo Siiontti* Cental^ 



2957 Shore Drive 
481-9737 



— — ia98-i97e" 



Largeit Funtfare Center on th)( East Coast 
9314 Va. Beach Blvd., Virginia BmcIi 



'1964-1976' 




1300 S. MILITARY HI6HWAT 
CHESAPEAKE. VA. 23320 PHONE: 424-S670 



HURDS 

SEAFOOD RESTAURAMT 
'Ontttof TMowatBF^ oMesT and Mer %«Kf 
hoadqianafsfbrdeHclousmahod^ 



Take Rt. 58 to Little Neck Rd. 
and Follow the Signs 



S40-SSK 



VWickes 



Rif^iva 



"Wickes PramiBe to You. 



Virginia Beacb^lvd. at Kellam Rd. 
499-9111 



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CLOCK MART 

Always a fine seiscfloii of floor, 
wdl and mantsl clocks 



332 IxNMkw Bridge C^r 
Coner Va. Beach Blvd. A Great Heck IM. 
a6-3105 



HKIC£NS REALTY 



6620 Indian River Road., 421 S. WttttVudc Rd. 

420-312a 499-5911 

3433HlriiSt. 
' 39S-M16 
1774 Independence Blvd. 2172 Va. Beach Blvd. 

4W^U 484-8660 i 



NdRFGiK tmJCK CENTER 

7^ TMewafsr Dr. 
622-3246 



London Bridge 
Shoiipii^ Center 



1960-1976. 



Sasser Realty 

5700 ChurcNand 
^ 484-4690 



ATLANTIC ^m{fAM&r§: 
SAVINGS & LOAN V 
ASSOCIATION 

fervfeig the Tklewater Conwnunity 

Since 1894 



Mr. Qus's 



Hairstying for both, men and wonMi 

p. A. Plaza Stopping Center 

840-6408. , 
i-Behind Fomid's 



1951-1976- 



prin6essanne 
equipment corp. 

"YcNi J6hn Deere Equipment Dealer" 



4653 S. Battlefield Blvd. 
Chesiq>eake, Va. 23322 



WHMey's Sporting Goods 

Totimm sake^ start playlnaapound- 
YdurCdnpM^^ilHiiUCmitar 



340-5666 

PrtaCMS Ane Tbeaire Bldg. 

8117 Va. Beach Blvd. 



STEWART TOURS 

Purchase your Alrtne, Amtrak It 
Ciuls* tickets at our offloe. 



Williams Hardware 

«d 

Lumber ^o. 

If we don't have It... 

maybe you^lont need tt." 



3008 Va. Beach BlvH. 
340-5232 



H. D. OLIVER 

FUNERAL HOME 
For over 100 yrs swylcB with cKgnlty. 

MEMBER: ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RULE 



NINO & ANNA 

GoUComb 
BeautySaton 
Lactfas A Man Halrstyling 

JU^CK PRODUCTS 544 independence Blvd. 

' 1970-1976 






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THE HENRY JOHNSON TBE CENTER 

2886 Airline Blvd. Portsmouth, Vln^ 4l8r8551 



COIXEGEPARKfiXACO 

y02 S. Military Hwy. Virginia B«ich424-2315 or 420-8910 

1951-1976 



Gray & Curling Equipment 

"Your friendly Ala Chalmers Desisr* 

482-3325 



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FRED 



MLS 



REALTY 
INC. 



SOLES / 



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HOIMIi 



4II-MM 
4ai'fM7 



MID SOUS/ MOKER 

l4liN<OrM(llMklld. 
VN)^irtaBMdi,Va.S84<4 



Rspair your own car at 

inde-Mech 

"Your lndspendsf^,insphanlc^ 



13.50 PER HOUR 



Kempsville bf ttie 
Flretttfkm 




^-7880 
»I02 Laskin Rd. 



623-9928 
Colonial ft Siirl^ Aves. 



3509 King St., PorUsMMtt 
8M-Mriorl97-H)64 



ICC-MC 130174 




Jkfff 




Va. Beach 
CHristian Academy 

RKa a SprinkSSk Director a ownsr 

PRE-SCHOOL THROUGH 7th GRADE 
Knowlei^e Uuf^ thru Christian guidance. 

85tb and HoUejr Rd. ^ ^ 422-6734 

First Baptist Church 



Plittbricic Plumbing 
& Heating Inc. 

20 yrs ssrving Portamouth 



BARBARA'S 
BEAUTY PAMUOR 

134. Battlefield Blvd. So. 
-— ,^ HAilSTYUNQ 

mJ^ FOR SOTH MEN A WOMEN 

i22:1221_i9e6-i9^6 



Suburban Cleaners 

1122SpHrowRd. 
420-8018 



-1954-1976- 



4999 Portsm««h Blvd. 
488-83§7 



G. & S. Equipment Co. inc. 

Your IH Dealer Mjstr'ml 

& Farm Equipment 
1229 S. Military Hgwy 420-1730 



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A-6 Virginia Beach Sun, June 30, 1M6 



The one that got away, got caught 



By BLAIR THURMAM 
Sun Sports Editor 

"I havoi't caught anything today, but yen should have 
seen the mackeral one boy pulled in." 

"No luck here, but one fella at the end of the pier sure 
reeled in a wtopper." 

"If he Ind been sellinc that flsh, he would have got no 
fftVther than here." 

These were Just a few of the comments by fisherman 
last Wednesday on the Virginia Beach Pier on a day wh«i 
one angler seemed to have all the luck. 

On a day that was hot, then rainy, then hot some more, 
and the fish Just weren't biting, the faithful were frus- 
trated. But there was one young fisherman who knew 
what he wanted, went after it, and got it. 

Despite the tact that no mackeral had been caught off 
the pier yet this season. Chip Smith of Virginia Beach, 
thought it was about time they came out of hiding, and 

using a float rig, landed n 22^ 1/2 pound king mackenl,^ 

the first of the year. 

"It gave me a pretty good fight," said Smith. "It took 
about five minutes to bring it in. 

One other big fish was caught off the pier that day, a 
15 pound blue. Guess who caught it. That's right. Chip 
Smitt), 

There was a hint of jealousy by the other fishermen 
who had waited patiently while Smith caught these whop- 
****^ pers, but Smith was due for some big flsh. 

"I fish about every day," sJh Smith," and several 
nights a week, I spend the whole night out here." 



Smith, a 20 year-old orderly at Virginia B^ch Gen- 
eral Hospital was understandably proud of Ids catch. 
"Its the biggest game fish I ever caught," he said of the 
king mackeral. 



The biggest game fish he ever augU, not the biggest 
fish ever caught. "I one«caagbta70pouiid dusky shark." 
he #]^^ed. 

Smith Is I creature <a habit. "I alwayc use live bait,'* 



he said, "and I always fish oft the Virginia Beach Pier. 
It's home territory to me." * 

All it takes is a little perseverance, the right type of 
halt and a little luck, and the flsh will start comlif In. 



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Smith shows his whopping king mackeral... 



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HELR 

"Help" is the silent plea of the 
problem drinlcer. But help is 
also an answer. At the Alcohol- 
ism Rehabilitation Center o( 
Tidewater, help Is offered 
through treatment In a total 
therapeutic environment. 
Medical and psychological 
specialists work together to 
conduct comprehensive 
individualized programs. After 
detoxificBtion, K days are 
devoted to helping individuals 
reshape habits and regain 
lost seU-conf ider>ce. 

For your own help, or 
help for someone you know, 
call the 24-hour Alcoholism 
Hotline: 481-HELP. It's the first 
way to reach help. Ckserated 
as a public service by ARCT. 



1 701 WIH-O-Wlap Drive. Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 



AccradMd by Tin Jokit ComniMion on Hi* AcctMlUation 

of Hoipllilt. A^rovwd tor Km Crou, ChimpM, 

Msdlcwa and olharliMHh coverage 




.tlMn cuts and cleans It 



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ijohn King chips to 18th graen 



Keith King's last putt ot the day 



Photos by 



Blair Thurman 



Kings of the fairway 




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By BLAIR THURMAN 
Sim Sports Editor 

The fact that the King brothers, Keith and John, 
finished one-two in la^ week's Optimist Golf Tourna- 
ment at Red Wii«, m%ht soond Incredible, incredible 
until you discover that th^ were the only participants 
In the Junior division of Uie competition. 

Nevertheless, they are pr^y good golfers, and finish 
flrst and second even when ttere are more contestants. 

V^erans, of several years on the Unks, Keith is ju^ 
12 and brewer John 4s but II. They gcrf serious about It 
this y#iPi"Widjian to spend a tot of their summer chas- 
ing that Iltol whKe ball from birway to fairway. 

Keith won the Junior division of the touniament with 
z 36 bole score of ITS, Aoi^lng a 90 on the first day 
and coming \a with an 15 on tte second. 

John, who tes yet to beat his In'other, sl»>ta95 
and a 102 for a two*<by total of 197. His own evahia- 
tion of Us secrad day rifoA was, 'I did terrible.'' 

After having stme troid>le on the IStti hole, John 
displayed his temper, which according toKeithiutsa low 
bolllag-point. Keith said, "Alter hooking tt tn the 13th, 
John took his drivra- aad broke it in telf over Us golf 
bag." '*• 



John answered, "Usually they just beid when I do 
that." 

Keith who at 12 Is unusually tall, 5-10 to be exact, 
gets good distance on his drives, althoogh the strongest 
part of his game during the tournament was Us put- 
ting. "I really had to struggle," he laughed, comment- 
ing on the two-man field. 

1%e brcAhers joke a lot, most of the ribbing aimed 
at each other. "We live at Uke Smith," said Keltii. 

"I live in the house," retorted Jolm, "you live in the 
lake." 

The Uds are adept at several sports, but it can easily 
be seen that golf Is the most fruMrating. John said that 
his game looks t^e best af^er the 18th hole. 

Tim Connors, a student at Cox competing In the senior 
division, happened to get grouped with the King brothers. 
"R's i»t so iMd playing with Ihem," said Connors, "but 
they seem to fight a lot. Yesterday, John stuck his cleats 
into Keith." 

The other wtaners in the tournament were: Intermed- 
iate Division-Louis Slraonie, 157, 3rd place; Mike Hays, 
154, 2nd place; George MacDonald, \^, ist place. 

Sentor Division-Jim Braithwaite, 150, 3rd place; Paul 
Mosley, 148, 2nd place; John Cinotto, 146, 1st place. 

The wlttner of the taigest drive contest was Matt 
Timberlake. 



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bV/ns Brunswick tourney 



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By BUD LOWE 
SuD Contributor 

Bruuwiek's Pitta Bowl was the scene tor tbe Vlr- 
finia All-star Bowler's Association Tournament this 
past week end. 

This tournament is under the direction of BUI Wood 
of Hampton, and features top trawlers from around the 
state. Prize mopej totaling $2,000 dollars was awarded 
to 16 bowlers. 

Ron PoUad, center qierator for Brunswiclc, was well 
pleased with the turn out tor this big event, which ctHnes 
to Plaia Bowl annually. And to say he is pleased with 
the high scores that were rolled would be putting it 
mildly. 

The high game for the tournament was 298, rolled 
by Rusty Cummlngs out of Fair lanes H Jdenwood of New- 
port News. That calls for a definite well done to Rusty 
and we hope to see more of this type action from him 
Intbefhtnre. 



"These lanes are in tbe best shape I have ever seen 
UKffl to; I Uked bowling on th>;m',' said Rusty. 

The winner for the open was Elmer Breedo] from 
Manassas, withapin tall of 5121 forthe tournament and 
a take home prise of $600. Now that's not bad for two 
days work. 

Elmer is referred to by toe people who travel in 
the all star circuit as "The Machine" when it comes to 
bowling. 

"The lanes were m great shape and as always I 
lore to visit the city of Virginia Beach. Ihave always 
enj<^ed myself when I come to the Beach," said Elmer. 

This was definitely a super tournament, for to 
qualify for tbe finals you had to average a 202 to make 
the cut. On the last day of play there were four men 
that rolled a 700 plus series and the irinner had two 
700 plus series tor the day. That is what you call real 
bowling. 

Listed here are the top 16 bowlers and bowQiey 
stood as well as the alternate: 



ELMER BREEOEN 


Manassas, Va. 


S121 


1600 


SPEED CHILDRESS 


Virginia, B«ach, Va. 


5003 


1300 


C»tE» GOETZ 


Aleiaodria, Va. 


4M1 


1150 


MARK CHASE 


Virgtoia Beach, Va. 


4983 


$130 


RUSTY CUMMINGS 


Newport News, Va. 


4972 


$115 


WILS(»f ROWE 


Hyattaville, Md. 


4870 


$100 


GEORGE BAILER 


VirginU Beach, Va. 


47S6 


$90 


BUDDY HOCH 


Raleigh, N.C. 


4729 


$80 


CLYDE SANDERS 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


4656 


$70 


RCOCACOA 


Hampton, Va. 


4626 


$65 


RICHARD CASEY 


Roanoke, Va. 


4614 


$60 


MKELADD 


Arlington, Va. 


4553 


160 


BCffi VIVADELL* 


firing Field, Va. 


KMS 


145 


BILLY WEBB 


HopeweU, Va. 


2003 


$40 


ALAN CHRISTUN 


Richmond, Va. 


1994 


$40 


KEStMIT HARNES 


Aloandria, Va. 


1990 


$40 


Attentate 








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By SHANNON COX 
Dept. Parks and Recreation 

The Arrowhead Dodgers, 
eoBCbed try the egierieneed 
John MeCabe, an a first 
yaar squad within the In- 
termediate ranks. 

' Coach McCabe actaKded- 
ges, "A good effort and a 
growtaig confidence by the 



team memben and the coa- 
ching staff." He continues 
by saying that, "It has been 



a pleasant season without 
a tot of preamre. The only 
pressure I have bad ttiis- 
year, is trying to get all 16 
boys into every pme. But 

I believe that my boys un- 
d«-stand and know that 1 
am trying. I credit the Ar- 



rowhead Recreation ^^so- 
ctotion for super leader- 
sidp in all our sports. Our 
e4ii^>meot, iBtfixrms, co- 
ordination of practice 
Adds, everything is tops." 
Elbit and hard work is 
Ok word for this team. A 
losing seascm does not nec- 
essarily mean a losing 
erase, or ta poor team. 
Losing is diaracter Indld- 



ing. Place it hacto in hand 
with a lot of practice, in- 
dividual attei^on, hard- 
work and confMence, wtUi a 
growing ballplayer, and you 
will have a future winner, a 
trophy coUector, a chanq> 
or a fine coach. Whatever 
you want to make of tt. 

There is a great satisft- 
otion in winnhig and being 



a champ but many coaches 
lose sight of their basic 
goals as a recreation lea- 
gue coach; thedevelopmait 
of the young players sport- 
smanship, his team spirit 
and cooperation, his confi- 
dence, his talent and lea- 
dership. 

Mr. McCabe hascoadud 
and been a commissioner 



at various stages, for the 
last six years hi the Arrow- 
head area. He has coadied 
just about every sport tbe 
Recreation Department has 
to offer, boy s and girls . The 
Arrowhead people, the 
children he has coached and 
the Recreation Dqwrt- 
mM, appreciate his fine 
]ob and have a great deal of 
respect for him. 



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Miss Phelps wins grant 



ViUd Phelps of First 
Colimial Hi^ in VirginU 
Beach hu become the se- 
awd idayer to receive a 
Dmma Doyle field hodc^ 
Mlnlarsh^ at Old Dom- 
taion Ottiverslty. 

ODU field hockey coach 
Mikki Flowera signed Vik- 
U, and all-aFOUMi athl^e 
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ColnW, led her fiela i.j 
team in scoring last 



tUl with seven goals. 

Vittl, who played left 
wing, left imier and goalie 
tor First Colcwlal, wlU be 
a candidate for goalie at 
Old Domini(s according to 
Flowers. 



"VlUd has tbeiiaidmess 
confidence and strength to 
be a fine goalie, ' ' Flowers 
said. "I beUeve she 
can make this posiUon (m» 
of our strongest." 

Be.<* U^ school coach, 
(HMI gnutaate Marcia 
White Crowder, agreed. 
"Vikki wUl be a real aa- 
set to ODD," she said. 
"She is a hard iroriciag, 
w' Tfressive player who 
is r^ly determined and 



conscientious. Oejs also 
a 'good leader who became 
our MVP and served one 
year as a co-captain." 



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Beach after spoil area 
to solve dredging tiff 



Virginia Beach Is stiir looidnK for a spoil area in 
the Lynnhavea for the Biennial maintenance dredgii^ 
by the U. S. Corps of Engineers. 

It appeared that the City's pnAlems were over in 
1974 when the General Assembly granted the Beach 
the State's claim to ownership of apeninsula on the south 
side of the Lessoer Bridge. Owenrship of the land, how- 
ever, was contested by Lynnhaven Marina, Inc. 

After over two years of litigation, the Circuit Court 
ruled in bvor of the Lynnhaven Marina. 

Confronted with an urgent need for dredging of the 
Lynnhaven which also furnishes sand for the oceanfrcnt, 
Ctty Council authoriied the City Manager Monday aler- 
noon to enter an agreement with Adin Woodward, pre- 
sident of the Lymhaven company, to use the penin- 
sula property tor tour years. In exchange, the City 
has agreed not to appeal the Circuit Courts' decision 
to the Supreme court. 

City Manacer George L. Hanbury told Council that 
condemnation proceedings would probably have to be used 
to acquire a permanent site. 

In otter actions, Council: 

^-Referred back to the Planting Commissioa action 

on a petition of Oceanside Enterprises, Inc., fora change 
in zoning from Residential to Community Business on 
1,624 acres on the east side of Kemiaville Road, north 
of Indian River Road, Kempsville. The petitioners re- 
parteA an error in the drafting of the plat. The Plan- 
ntag Commission had recommended denial. 

--Approved Business license refunds totaling $2,060.80 

--Approved tai refunds of $612.58. 

--Approved an appropriation of $8,500 for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Tomorrow program to finance the conclud- 
ing session in September. The committee is establish- 
ing fuhire goals for Virginia Beach. 

--Auttiorized the City manager to apply for a $10,000 
grant tor the trtining and education of law enforce- 



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Emergency 
I cuts sought 

Virginia Beafli will try to shorten response time in 
^;. -«nergencles involving heart patients with the initiation 
'' of a new concqit in volunteer rescue worlc. 

Three v«Ucles will be transferred from the Fire 
'. Department lor use as cardiac technician zone cars. 
I These would be used by cardiac technicians on duty 
;' 80 that their response time could be shortened. At 
' ireseit, private vehicles, prohibited from using sirens, 
% are used by the technicians. 

-' EmergeMy medicaltechniciansdriveambulancestothe 
Emergency medii^al technicians drive ambulances, 
to the scene and have no delay problem. Howiever, only 
the cardiac technicians by State law, can administer 
definitive treatment which consists of using a defibril- 
lator to shock a person's heart back into normal rhy- 
thm, putting a special airway into a person's throat, 
and start in intravenous transfusion. 

Ctty Council anthoized ttie transfer of the three ve- 
Uclas and approriated $13,500 for tiie purchase of ttiree 
new vehicles for Uie Fire Department. 
' The new concept will be in effect for a year on a 
trial basis. 

In another matter relating to the Virgin^ Beach Re- 
scue Squads, Council renewed an agreement on a train- 
ing program for members of the Squards. 

'Last' meeting 
dull on surface 

The last meeting for two of Virginia's Beach's re- 
tiring coifflcilmen Monday afternoon was bland and un- 
eventful. Oo the surface at least. 

In the faackgroiffld a fight was raging on who should 
be the nmA luyiH-. Mayor J. Curtis Payne wants to keep 
the position which is coveted by Councilman Clarence 
A. HoUand. 

By Monday, it fooked as though Holland might get 
ttie job, but the vote will take place at a special meeting 
Thursday, July 1 when the two new rouncil members 
Baddy Rtggs and Myra Obemdort are sworn in. 

b ae meantime, Payne thanked Councilman Robert 
* H. CaOis and Charles W. Gardner for their service 
00 the Council, Neither had sought reelection. 

Whatever they've done, Payne said, they have done in 
tbe best taterest of ttie Ctty. 

Callis Sahl that although he is leaving the Council 
be will mn be involved in poUtics. "I wUl be in the 
wk)«s.- 

Garttoer said he wished everyone could have the op- 
portanity to serve and noted that the calibre of the peo- 
ple in the press has improved. 



ment offlcen and ptrsonnel from the State Dlvlsioi 
of Justice ud Crime Preventloii. Matehlag tends are 
$500. 

--Actepted a $S4,S43 grant ft'om the Division of Jus- 
tice and Crime Prevention tor an automated pi^ce of- 
fense reporting system. Of this amoutf local tUads are 
$2,728. 

Lilley will 
resign post 

Leslie L. Lilley, assistant to tte City Manacer for 
iatergoverimental relations shiee 1974, will resign his 
post to study law. 

Monday afleraoon, Lilley was ccmimended by Council 
tor his work with flie General Assembly in ittttmottng 
legislation in which the Beach was interested. Mayor 
J. Cuitts|Fayne said that of the 20 legislative proposals 
submittadLby the Beach, about ten were approved. 
Without miley, he said, "Sre wouldn't have gottea ten." 

In his present position with the City, he was raordlna- 
tor and advisor of aU grant-in-aid programs; coordina- 
tor of acUvites and relationships batwean federal and 
state officials and agencies including the brandies of Hie 
military and a direct liaisoa between theCity of Virginia 
Beach and the General Assembly and oUicr gemral ad- 
ministaratlve duties. 

From 1972 to 1974 be was budget coordinator for the 
aty. 

A native of Norfolk, Lilley recieved his B. S. in bnsi- 
ness administration ftt>m flie Uattiverstty of Richmond 
-and his master of hasiasss admiaistratioa from ilie 
William and Mary Collage School of Business. 




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■•rvt as choreoirapher; 
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rtii^oos UeeotaMiial 
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Ptrtidpants in the 
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recess fr«n Scope to 
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eelebratloo provldM an 
opportnnlty tor Oonsanda 
of ooaeaned chordmen 
of our eommnnity to nuke 
ft strong statement of ttelr 
eommttment to the basic 
Jodeo Christian prlndples 
qxB which oar natkw was 
toanded no yaan ago, 
nys Ihr. UdEansoo. 

"Thnogh UUs stlrrli« 
dnunatte jvesentatioo July 
4, we will give special 
maaatag to onr natkm'a 
Wfe i iN ai rial obs«rvance 
Witt attaatian to the rw- 
U^ons Ufa or onr nation." 



Beach 

sermon 

given 

Gtndne raaltty is dls- 

ooverod throng intelUgaot 

prayw, Joaaph G. Heard, 

. C.S.B., |old an andion^ In 

Virginia Beach reeeaftty. 

"He reaUty that satU- 
flM and heals is wholly 
«ir«Ml, in a st^ of 
Qod-bnstowed eoMdons- 
neu," said Heard,aart- 
lUu Sdaace lactarer 
finMttlOaffli. 

"Words done," he ei- 
^iftlMd, "don't make a 
pnyw. BntOey canted 
ott ttoo^ to that ptrint 
of aplrttnal Inqtlratiao 
irima weawikanto wimt 
God Is, and to wtet He is 
alnodydoliv." 

Beard qwto hi Uakhom 
Pftric Batoantary 8(^001 at 
tie lavftMoB of First Ch- 
nrch of Oolst, Sdentist 
Vlr^te Boft<A. Bo was 
MndnoodhfHlssMaigo 
Mttthmr. Second Readaritf 
theetarch. 

'*The nMM nti^irt^r 
pnm." thelsetnra-aaid, 
"is one ttatfldausou-de-^t 

•tre to know and e^nn 
God, that ram»ves onr 
Mue of avarttton from 
Htm, thtf . . . aw^aM na 
to aplr&ial tMtty." 

At tennft tor raal^ 
huhaanioingQnftH-Ma 
tartos,hesald.bntttaqpi. 
ittMlr«attf(^istJ«su 



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Virginia Beacb Sun, June 30, 1976 B-3 




Loworn nonpra nKSnMon 







BMch JaycMs pose for offloMv' picturt 



Ballet schedule announced 



The AcadMiiy of the VlrKink Beach Ballet has an- 
nouBced its snmmer schedule for July. Classes will be 
held Mondays through Thursdays at the Academy in all 
levels of ballet, modern, Jau, sUmnastics and gymnas- 
tics. 

On My 7 and 8, master classes irill be taught by Kaz- 
uks Hirabayadii, who teaches for Martha Graham. This 
is in crajunctlon with the Norfollc Fj|stival of the Arts 
76, where the Dance Gnild of Virginia will oe hosting the 



For further information on regular and master classes 
caU 425-0994. The Academy is located at 1732 Laskin 
Road, Virginia Beach. 



Laramay Initiated 



HQ«bayashi company July f through.^ _ ' " 

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On Wednesday, July 7, a lecture demonstratloB will be 
given by the company at the Asalea Gardens, Norfollc, 
from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. That evoiing, an intermediate- 
advanced master class will be taught at the Academy in 
Virginia Beach from 7-8:30 p.m. On Thursday, July 8. 
two more master classes will be held at the Academy 
firom 6-7:30 P.M. and from 7:30-9 p.m., one fOr begin- 
ners and one for intermediate advanced dancers. On Fri- 
day, July 9 at 8 p.m., the company will perform in c(m- 
cert at Center llieatre, Norfolk. 



^ 'Uaiii^ce Luraniay, tka of Ur. ipd l^s. Ifod4.arft- 
"iH^^tflliflBrlEock dfBailJ^tona Uane, has been IbIt 
tiated i|ito the Tau Beta Pi, natioul engineering honor 
sodety. Laramay is a recent graduate of the Univer- 
sity of Virginia. 

Beach gal Is grad 

A Virginia Beach student was amcng over 300 degree 
recipients at recent commencement exercises for the 
College of Charleston in Charleston, S. C. 

Barbara P. Flannery was awarded a B. A d^ree 
in English. 




Mm. Qrosaman, GIronman, SuganTwn, Pat Coitnwn 



Virginia Beacti Jaycees 



Officers, directors 
are piciced for year 



The Virginia Beach Jaycees installed officers aad di- 
rectors tor the 1976-77 year the their aanaaliastaUiUOB 
banpist recently at the CPO Club at HAS Oe«M- 

James Q. Catlett, marketing rsiweseBtatlve for Mu 
Casvatty and Surety Co., was installed as prestdwrt, 
while Larry B. Loworn, immediate past prestdent, «»• 
installed as ^airman of the board. 

Pablo Cuevas, president of VirginU Jaycees in 197S-74 
' was the installing officer and guest qieaker. 

Other new leaders of the organliation are William E. 
Richeson, administrative vice-president; Powkatai L. 
Meade, external vlce-presideot; John F. Crovgey Jr., 
Interaal vice-president; Terry L. Lewis, semtary; 
Lawrence H. Maclver, treasurer; and Dale Btteiier, 
state director. Directors ir.dalled at the Oceanaiather- 
ing were Stephen W.Boyce, Michael :u.CIart.llika day- 
man. Rick CorUn, Richard Lee Forrest, Robert W. Mi- 
chel, Bruce L. Miller, and Sttptm F. Stoat. 

Appointed officers inclnde Michael A. Innan, legal 
counsel; Vincent Ollvierl, parliamentarian; James King, 
chaidaln; and Jos«|^ Taylor, sergeuit-at-arms. 

During the installation ceremony, Pablo CnevasQfthe 
Virginia Beach Jaycees praise^ the seleetion astkeOiit- 
rtanding Chapter in the State of Virginia dnrii« 1975- 
76. Many chapter members who worked hard to achieve 
this recognition were honored. 

Awwdi prwtntMl 

Presidential Awards of Honor were presented to Au- 
brey Cartwright, Art Eseoberg, Terry Lewis, Robbie 
Michel, and William E. Richeson. John F. Crowgey Jr. 
was named the Outstanding First Year JayceewhUe Rob- 
bie Michel was awardedthe first place award ftor the 
^leakup Competition in the Professional Category, and 
Dennis Crowely and Art Esenberg were recognlied as 
the Chapter winners in the Novice ^teakop Category. 

Aid>rey C. Cartwright, immediate past dMirmanof the 
BmM, receivid a special award fbr his efforts as chair- 
man of the Virginia Jaycees State Convention which was 
held recenUy in Virginia Beach. Even though this wu 
the largest Virginia Jaycee State Convoiioaevm-, Beach 
Jaycees mfnaged very well and were saccesiM in win- 
ning the tdd to host the State ConventiOD again in 1978. 

William t. Richeson, employed by VirginU Matioiial 
Bank as an officer in their Nadonal/IntematloBal De- 
partment, was honored by belag namedtheKeymanot the 
Chapter lor the year, the hi^st award thata local Jay- 
cee chapter can bestow on one of its members. He had 
iaaii- pewriowly honored br batng aaleclea utt* < 
standing Jaycee of the VirglAa Bead Cilpte^ the ^ 
standing Slate Director in Region I, TheOutstandiag Jay- 
cee la Region I, and one of the Five Outstanding Jaycees 



of Virginia during the past year. 

Since the Jaycees do ntrt acc^ members over 35, H. 
Jack Jennings (a past president of the Virginia Beach 
Jaycees) and James Ferebee were presented with their 
"Exhausted Rooster" pins and certificates since they 
reached the age of 36 daring the past year. 

Young men between 18 and 36 are eligible to Join the 
Jaycees, an organisatkm that promotes individual devel- 
opmMt through community improvement. Anyone in Vir- 
ginia Beach who is interested in joining the Jaycees should 
elthtr attend one of the meeting on the second and fourth 
Tuesdays at 7:80 p.m. at the Pembroke ManorCommun- 
ity Ceirter at 44S2 Hinsdale Street or duuld caU tfee Vir- 
ginia Beach Jaycee Hotline at 486-0020. 



CLOCK MART, 

332 LONDON BKIIKie 
CENTER 

Corner V'a. Ilcurh Ulvd, 
and Great N'rck Rd. 

486-3105 

Always a fina aaiactlon 
of floor, wall and 
mantal clocks. 
Laara about 
tomorrow's antlquas> 
today. Fraadalivary 
and InatallatkHi on floor 
clock In our sarvica araa. 




(^I>en 
Mon. 



Sat. 



Eve. By Appt 



MR BILL'S RE 

HAIR REMOVED PERMANENTLY ffS^ EcoBOBM«al 




FACIALS 
^KQfCARE 



THSCniLT 

APPROVED 

PERHAKERT 

HAIR REMOVAL 

AVAILABLE!. 



MEMBER ELECTR(n.OGT SdCBTT (^ AMERICA 

Free Couritalta, d^raastrttian 

CeiiilM fbelrotaii^t, CoaMeOclaa 

mysidaaReemmeaded ,«_,„-. 
WARDS SatttffeeikMGMmtaed MOKPOLK, 

cmaER. DIAL S88-94$9 vncmu 



Beach store winner 




R.D. NndRda, iMmager 
ot MoOTM' stores ta Che- 
ind Virginia 
was one of the 

I in Moore's chain 
ttttt Evans 
Retail GnMqi, of 
ddi Moore's is a divi- 
skm, hu won the first 
Building Materia RetaU- 
er (rf tto Yiar AwardtriHa 
Buildiiv ^i^y magaiine. 
Nuckols redevedeoogr- 
atnlatioos tnm Mike 
Grossman, ja^litentctftlw 
Retail Groi9, for tte part 
he, ud his ^oreiinon- 
nd, ^yed to oarbg tte 



national consumer-orient- 
ed award. 

The Evans Group was 
elected tops In the large 
chain eatery, doing 75 
pen^nt of its $400 mil- 
lion annual gross sales 
with caisumen. Winners 
were pidced ^ industry 
associi^ioitt, mantactur- 
ers and wholesalers par- 
ticipating in the maga- 
Eine'spcdL 

The award was given to 
tte reiaUer doing the b^ 
fcb ot meeting etmsumer's 
needs, and solving «msu- 
mers' pnMems. 



Grossman reviewed so- 
me of Uie policies that have 
brought his firm industry- 
wide recopltlon. 

He said: "We spend mn- 
ch time aad money oa mar- 
k^ research that includes 
outsMe studln ol raste- 
mere' views of us w that 
we may constaitfly im- 
prove our service. 

"Keying our custo- 
mers' needs in mind," he 
c(wtiniMd, "we maintain 
pro^ taowledge pro- 
Q«m at all levels from 
i^es pe(9le aad caUers 
to dlvisioa managera." 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

JULY 4th HOLIDAY 
REFUSE COLLECTION SCHEDULE 




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July 5. 1976 by ths dty of Vb<^nia 



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BELLE HAVEN 




KINGS GRANT FOREST 




G ATE WOOK PARK 




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B-4 Virgtaia Beach Sim, June 30, 1976 



Public 
Notices 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Vltfinla B^eh PlanotagComaissiOBWiUhoUaPid)- 
lic Heariof os Twalay, July 13, 197fi. at 12.-00 No<», ki 
the Cotmcil Chambers of tiie Administration Bvlldii^, 
PiiDcess Amie Coarthonse, Virginta Beach, Virginia. The 
fbllowing ^q>lications will appear on the agenda: 

DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING COlOpSSION ON 
MAY 11, 1916. 

1. 

Petition of John Perros and Jerry N. Renesis, Partners 
T/A PAR EnteriHlses, tor a Change of Zoning District 
Classitlattion from B-4 Resort Commercial District 
to H-Z Resort Hotel District on certain {Hroperty located 
at the Northwest intersection of 28th ^eet and AtUntio 
Ayenue, nmalng a distance of 258 feet along the North 
side of 28thSlreet, rannlng a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western- propoiy of wbteh 90 feet is the East side of 
Pacific Aveiue, running a distance of 258 feet more or 
less along the Northern pri^rty line and running a dis- 
tance of Itt feet along Uie West side of Atlantic A? enoe. 
Said parcel contains .82 acre more or less. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 



Applicatioo d Bob-Boi Hauling Conqwny for a Conditional 
Use Permit for extractive industry on ci>rtain orooerty 
l>eginning at a point 3,850 feet more or less East of Black- 
water Koad, nimiing a distance Qf4,7S0 feet more or less 
along the northeni property line (Southern boundary of 
Pocaty Creek), jvnidng a distance of 7,400 feet more or 
less along tte Eastern property line (Western boundary Of 
North Lan(Hng River), running a distance of 6,800 feet 
more or less along flie Southern pnq>ertylineand running 
a distance of 4,800 feet more or less along ttie Western 
property line. Plats with more detailed information are 
available in Oie Department of Planning. BLAOCWATER 
BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING COMHKSION ON 
JUNE 8, 1976: 



Petition of Anett H. and Aleathia H. Hooks for a Chaiige 
of Zoning Distriiet Classification firom R-8 RraUential 
District to AG- 1 Agricultural District on certain property 
located on the west side of Kempsville Road beginning on 
at a point 2217.6 feet Southwest of Centerville Turnpike, 
running a distance of 521.03 feet akmg the Eastern pro- 
perty line of which 30.9 is the West side of Kempsville 
Road, running a distance of 2091 feet along the Scnifliem 
property line, running a distance of 541.60 feet atong the 
Western property line and numlng a distance of 2221.10 
feet along the Northeni pn^erty line. Said proper^ is 
irregular in shape and contains 21.3 acres. (Woods Comer 
Area). KEMPSVILLE BOBOVGE. (Mottitied from B-2 
Community Business District.} 

REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISK)N VARIANCE: 



Subdivision Variance: AppealtromDecisionsof Adminis- 
trative Otiicera in regard to certati elements of the Sub- 
division Ordinance, Sidxiiviakm fer James H. Kabler. 
Properti located oq^ the *)ii|h i^^^J>&w^M«.J^ 
with mtfre detailed information are availaDle in the De- 
partment of Planning. 

5. 

Sii>division Variance: Appeal from Decisions of Adminis- 
trative Officers in regard to certain elemetttsof the Sub- 
division Ordinance, Subdivision for Itey W. and Carolyn 
D. Lister. Property located on the East skle of Woodstock 
Road, 185 feet Souh of Oak Terrace Drive. Plats with 
more detailed infbrmation are available in ttie Department 
of Planning. 

CHANCE OF ZONING DISTRKT CLASSIFICATION: 



Petition of Edward E. and Linda C. Wallace for a Chai«e 
4t Zoobig District Oasstfic^on from R-6 Residential 
District to A-1 Apartment District on certain property 
located at the Northwest intersection of Pleasure House 
Jlotd and Brigadocn Drive, running a distance of 435.60 
'ftet along the Nortti side of Brig^oon Drive, running a 
Atataace at 100 feet along the Western proper^ line, run- 
ttog a distance ot 4S5M feet along ttie Northern property 
Ibie and running a dlstam^ of 100 feet along the West side 
<tf Pleasure House Road. Said parcel contains 1 acre. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



Petition of Nbnni, Cohen, W^berg and Clark Company for 
a Change «f Zoning District Classification from A-1 
i^rtmeii District to 0-1 Office District on certain pro- 
perty toe^ed on die East sUeofSooth Plaaa Trail b^in- 
lAig A a yoint 225 feet North of Holland Road, running a 
iHstancectf 613.72 feet along the East sUeof South Plasa 
Trail, ranning a distance of 202 feM okh:« or less ak}i« 
lie Nortto-n property line, ruoBlng a distance of 613.72 
feet along the Ea^eni proper ty line and running a distance 
<a 180 feet hlong the Southern property line. Said parcel 
cntetas 2.42 acres. (Windsor Oaks West Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

COMDITiONAL USE PERMIT: 



Ivu 



pUcailon of Dew^ C. and Doris 8. «artrtdge for a Con- 
dUonal Use PenA tor rveraattntl fedUttes of an out- 
dDor ntmre to incMe u 18h^ alaatMrer^ course, 6 
^dllaboard Unes, 4 afeit-iuMlMll emrts ud 8 ping 
pong c<iu^ on certeta ^vpor^ locatwi at the Souhwest 
eprner of 18th Street and Bittie A*ww, ranning a dis- 
tance of 140 fed aSom tte Vaat site of Baltic Avenue, 
mmng a distance of UO fcatalNgitoSoidheni property 
mm, naming a distaaec td 140 feet tJoat the Western 
IHoperty line and mnstag a dtotaiM of 120 feet atow ttie 
Sooth side ctf 18th Street. SUd pared coBtalas 16,8(H) 
square feet. lORGINU BEACH B(»iOUGH. 



AiplicaUon of Virginia Beach bvestmat Company for a 
CoDditioDal Use Pennit for an dSce buihitag co certain 
property lorated on the North sUe of Proyidence Road 
beginning at a point 1,000 feet more or fess &wlheast of 
the hitersecUon of Providence Road and OU Provktence 
Road, iwrnhig a distance of MO feet ak)i« the Itofli sMe 
(tf Provktence Road, runiing a dis^ce of 300 feet more 
or less akmgthe EaAen pnqierty line, nmniBg a ttstaace 
ol 330 feet more or le» atoagflie Northern pemo^iyie 
and runiiag a distance of ISO fe^ moreor less alMg die 
Wiertem pnper^ line. SaU parcel is known as CarMsle 

10. 

AiDUcation of Milton H. VUlas and Richard Wadei^ewis 
for a (k>ndlUraal Use Pirmtt to operate a private club for 
Amerkana Gymnastic Center, be, (gymnastics) w cer- 
tain pn^oty tocated oi Ifea Wed dfteof&iwia Drive be- 
gtaBfeg at a point 1,347M iMt Ifprih «f Holland Road, 
r«B^ a ^taaeeof ISO iMfiU^tte West side tf Edwfe 
Mve, running a (Ustebce of K?.33fertalsi« fte MerthNs 
g^opeity line, rum^ a (ttklMMe <a IW feet akMc the 
w^^ pitiwrtr iUm u£ m0H AdMHte tt^nM 
fe^^oag the Soften pnv^tttne. Said parcel costatas 
^550 svare feet. KEMPSVtt,LE TOMUGH 



IL 

Afplicatton f G.R. Lrary tor a Conditional Use Permit 
to umte a Wq^ r«ital <m certain pr^ertytoeirtadai 
OrHuttNidwM ^Mttfe ^bmufr 15S fcM Iferth^ 22ad 
areet m property ot Triton Towers. SUd parcel is 10 
feetby »fe«L VmGDlU BEACH BCRCWCm. 

12. 

^Ucatka ol V. Alfred md HaritelleM. Etherti^iefor a 
Ccnipioaal Use Peimtt la (fwrato a tempcnvry parkhig 
lot CO ceniitai |irop«1y tooted on M Eait aUe of Atlantic 
Avenue bfgUI^ at a p(Nat 150 fetf Smitti of 24lh ^reet. 
nMfc« ^ttstUKeoflOOfert along flieEast sUe of AUan- 
tic Atenue, running a distance of ISO feet along the South- 
en property line, run^g a ttsteaceitf 100 feet atoHf tte 
Eastera prop^ line and rvnakig a distance of ISO feet 
atoqg tlie Mt)teem itfoparty Una. SakI paretf MBtains 
15,000 mare feet. Mats wttb ntore dialled lolarinattott 
are CMMlttl to the Departmedt «f PlaintairyiR(nNIA 
BEACH B(»OUGH. 

IS. 

^Ucatloa of Bennett B. and Al^Ua H. &ok8 ftK- a Con- 
dUoatl Vie Permit tor a todge tor fatonal orgaidiatiOB 
on certalB fsttpeitf tocated <» Vest riite of ^mpsvine 
Road begtaoiiiK at a point 1^211.6 ieetSouthwtirt^^ofCeB- 
to-vllle TnrniAe, mnn&ig a distance of 521.Q#feftak>iig 
tte Eaitem property line o< iriiieh 30.9 is ihiPWest tide 
of Kempsville IKMd, nnBtag adistanceof 2,0Mfeet aking 
ttie Souitem prap«1y line, running a distaacfrof 541.60 
feet aloi!|ttkWcBternfr(9A^IIneaninimniot#distnice 
of 2,221.10 fert along the lf<nHh«n properlpttne: SaU 
property is irregular in shape and contahusSl.S acr« 
(Woods Corner Arm). KEMPSVILLE BOROTOH; 

AMENiniQrrSr 



SB of the PlantfBg,Commissk)iioftheCi^:tfirirgbiia 
^ to amend :«nd reordata Artiote 9, JNuctit^ of tte 
ehensiveZodng Ordkiance pertaktioftomaximaia 
, iNigMnciilatfoasudotf-streetpaAivCnqdre- 
meots and MtladM fe the B-4 ^sort Commewa«l IMstrict 
More detailed InfonBatton is available in tteDqiartment 
of Panning. 

Plats with more detidled kitormatton on the above appli- 
dtloiis are availalde in the Departmott of Pladning. 

AH Interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
Director of Planning 

VBS 6/30, 7/07 XT 




NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARDfG 
Virghila- 

Xlw repUar DMeOig efvflM^^onneU of the Cttf of Vir- 
ginia Beach wiU be held in the CouikU Ckambers 
of the Administration Building, City Hall, Princess 
Anne Statfon, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Monday, 
July 19, 1976, at 2:00 P.M., at which time the toUowing 
appUcattons wiU be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONWG IffiTRKT CLASSIFICATKIN: 
PRIIK^ESS ANNE BQROUC»: 
1. Petttton of BayshoreDentopment Corporation tor a 
Change a ^ming District Classiffeationfrom AG-1 
Agricattural District to R-3 Residential District on 
certaki property looted on the East sUe of Oceana 
Boulevard begiiuing at a point 1,670 feet more or less 
NorOi of LwdoB Bridge Road, maalnK^a distaaoe of 
46»jteet more or les«_^s« ^^^^MHttii^tt^ 

Nortbera property line, nmning a distanee m 541 
feet atong the Eastern property Bne and running a dis- 
tance of 220 feet BH>re or less along the Southern pro- 
perty Une. SaU parcel contains 2.45 acres more or 
less. PRINCESS ANNE B(»tOUGH. 



2. Petition of ne Lakes, be., for a Change of Zoning 
District Cta«ificafton from A-1 Apartment District to 
R-6 Resideniial Dtotrict on certain property located 
at the SonUnrest intersection of Stonnbore Road and 
Rtverbend Road naming a distance <d 447 feet more 
or less along ttie West side of Rtverbend Road, ruiming 
a distance of S12 feet more or fess atong the Sonfliem 
impei^ Ikie, running to a Morthwestei^ directton a 
distance of 495.90 feet, running In « Northerly direc- 
Uon aiSstaiceof 89.44 feet and running adistonce of 
S99.48'Jeet autte or less atong the South side of Stone- 
shore Road. Said parcel contains 5.4 acres morew less. 



PRINCESS ANNE BORCWGH. 
OINDITIORAL USE PERMIT: 
PUNGOB(»00(ffl: 

3. ApfOicattoB of Doaavon E. Booney tor a Conditional 
Use Permit for an lotoipobile service station qn cer- 
tain property tocat^ at flie Southeast intersAi^on ^ 
Princess Ame Road and Mill Landing Road, running 
a distanon of I71«fr fent b1oi« tii» SomOitonm 
Landtog Road, runaing a dlstaoce of 178.71 feet along 
the Eastern propwty Une, running a distance of 165.7 
feet aloi^ the Scothem property line and nnnlng a dis- 
tmce of 200 fert atong flie EaM side of Princess Anne 
Itoad. Said parcti<coatatos 31,915 square ieetmoreor 
less. PUmiO BOROUGH. 
VKGDfU BEACH BOROIXIH: 



4. Application of William H. and Itedtel s. PaUette, 
O, for a Coodittonal Use Permit for two Aiidetes 
on certafti. property located at the NorUieast comer 
of Cypress ATome abi Lake Mve, nsaAig a distanee 
of 110 feet atong the East side of CyprMS Arams, 
raudag a disUace (tf 100 fori atoi« the Morfiiem 
property Une, nuntog a distuee of 110 feet atong the 
Eastern property line and raudng a ifisiance of 100 
feet atong the Nortt side of Lake Drive. &id parcel 
contains 11,000 simare feet. VIRGINU BEACH BOR- 
OUGH. 

5.. ^^UaMoa of V. Alfred and MartbeUe M. Etherk^ 
in> a CondiKnal Vm Permtt to operate a temporary 
parUqg tot on certato K«psity toeatad on the Eart 
skte,^ Atl an Hf Aw»3N^i^Bg at a prtnt ISO^Mt 
Soofli of 24th Street, twaiag a distence (rf 100 feet 
atong the East slto of Atentic Avene, nmONr a 
distance a SO^ Diet atong OieSouttera propirtji'Utte, 
loudu a (U^aacfr ta 100 feet atong tte Eastern ^o- 
pcrty line and^rauiBg a 4iAnce of m |Nt4doi« 
the Mrathera pro|i«rty Une. &ki parcel contains 15,000 
sqnie feet Plate with more tetailed latomm&n 
are avaitebfe te the Departmol i^ Plamhw. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BMOTGH. 

BAISIM: BOSQVGB: ^^s 

6. iiwBa^tt rt Mtfiiiy (Ml O^^m^Oim'^ mtamU- 
ttontf-OM^Pem^ ta- a s^-seMitesiilowMti^ie-. 
trtce statin on certate prqierty kMated at thrltott- 
cMt farterseetkHi of Dtomood ^trl^p Road and Bayslde 
Bond, nmtat a dMuce of 20IMHrntore or^n atei« 
the East skte of Dtaffldnd Writes Road, nuMte a dte- 
tance of 125 feet atong the If^am i»ap«ty'bhe, 
rmmtag a (Ustaaee of 2« feet mm or tea alow tee 
^sten ^vpeitytte Md twtt« s <Mm» «l j» 
MM more or ten stoag tee North side of Bayidte 
$ML Srid parcel esMates .68 acre more (Mr tea. 
rattdHNMKid HA Area). 
iMMJ. W«lm 
QtyClMli 

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IKJW:i TO TBI PU8LK! OT PROPOSED 

RATE mCREAOT BY VmONIA ELECTRIC 

AND CMTSR COMPANY 

IWlce is hereby ftven to tte i^le Biatthe Stete Cor- 
ponttoa Commisdott has sdiednlcd a pobUc hcartog tor 
um^M., on Oetflber M, 197«, to theConrtroom of the 
Jtete Coipontion Commteaton. Bkaton Bvildiai, Rtoh- 
fflood, Vi^nte, tor the pupose of consUerteg dttappll- 
taOsm nt Virginia Etectrto and Power Conapiny ttled on 
Ane 14, 1976, tor an tocraaae to rates. This anUca- 
tlon may be reviewed to tee offtoe of tee Commteston or 
any oflice of the C6mpany where electric bilte can be 

On or betore August 7, 1976, all persons who eipect to 
patticlpaie at tee pnbUe hearing as a Protastest, to offer 
•vfdeaiae and to cross-tiimlne ifltnesses. must ni* and 
serre a NoHce of Protest to ODnformltrwlth the Itetea 
of PraetiGe and ProM^re of tee Commteston. AU those 
who desire to receivr t^^opy of tee pre-flled testimony 
and exhlbite should so stete to teelr NoUcas of Protest 

On or before September 10, 1976, the Company mast 
fUe the prepared testimony and eshlUte of tea wttnesses 
it eipecte to present at tte hearing, and it must aerte 
ootln. ot same on all Protestante who rtanest to be so 
•erred. Thte material may ha rtvtewed after teat date 
te the oftlce of the Commissian or any office of tee Com- 
pany where electrte bUte can be paid. 

On or betore October 8, 1976, aU persons who have 
filed a Notice of Protest and who aspect to puHcteate at 
the hearteg as a Protestent must file and serve a Protest 
te.«ontorrotty wtte tee 8l)remenlionsdlte|fS,.and.shall 
Ukswise fUe ten copies «f aU preparedttsttmvtysnd ex- 
hteiU of tee witeeasM which each such person sipeete 
to otter at tte heaiitav and afeall senw a coMr-Oinof 
qpon emiBstitor ilic.Coapany and npoa^nll otter Pro- 
testante retinestint same. TlMSteffoftbecoimnUston,on 
or^betora Optobw 8, 1V76, also shaU fll* eoptoa of aU 
prepared teattetoagr and aihibite of tbawftaessat U ex- 
pects to after at tee haariflg. All nutertelto be filed h«n>- 
te mnst bt ^dressed to WlUtem C. Yovng, Oaik, State 
Cbrporatton CMunteston, P.O. Boi 1117, Rfchomd^Vlr- 
gUa 28:KI9. and may, alt«r fiUng, be teapectedte his of- 
fice. 

-JUl lidererted pmrsmw deslrii« to attend tes hnring 
as an interrcner, mr general paldte witeeas, and to make 
aatetemant te te^ own bdialf need only wmse te tee 
Oemmicrion's QMrtroom at 9M A.li. on OcM^f Ifr, . 
1^, 4md nmfistg a NoHce of Aivearanc* toiti to bei' 
heard;4a «ipcdtttonsty as possible, bagiuiiag it 10:00 
AJIC^er dMrtty thereafter, on said date, teorder that tee 
Qomndnion can hear iron as many peopte as tins pn-- 
ntte, all psbllc witoesses are reipiested to Mmlt teetr a- 
al eontmai^ tea mailmnm otseven miiitos. taterestad 
persons irt» intend to aniear and teattty as nabUe wtt- 
nesses are requested to so notity tte Commisslph te writ- 
ing so ttat the Commteston can pten ite sebsttde tortte 
hearing. 

All written eommimications regarding the i|ipUcation 
for tecreased rates should be addressed, to Willtem C. 
Young, OeriL Stete Ooiporation Commission, Blaidon, 
BuUdlag, P.O. Bin 1197, Rfchmond} Vtrfteia 23M9. 

VIRGnnA ELECTmC AND POWER COMPANY 

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HOnCE OF PUBUC HEARING 



Virginte: 



The rsgttlar meeting ot tte CoaneilofiiwCtty oCVirtinte 
B«ute will be hdd te the €onMdiaatehaf»of tha^ 
mtetetration ]EKiUiUng,.Ctty Ball, »-«-iTfft tont Batten. 
Vi r g tete B aa <*^ >VldMa.fnn Ma)an,MMM«^^bai&% 

2:00^:«:i;ariteflte=^ili«Flbltowii«i|^^o^^^ 
heard:. -..-'.- -t i ■,: 

CHANGE OF ZONDK! DISTRICT CLASSmCAIION: 

LYNNHAVEN BC»tOU(SH: 

1. 

Petition of Tte Braedan Company, tec., fur a Change 
of Zonteg DiiAriet ClassiflcaUoa Iran R-5 ResMenttel 
IHstrlct to 0-1 OlDee Distrid (BOdlfl«l trOMB<a Dte- 
trict) on certete ^vperty ioeated at tte Morttnrostiater- 
aecttim of Trevor Road and Old Gnat HediSand, raring 
a distaiwe of 301.19 feet atong tte Nwth shte of Tmor 
Road, ranning a dUMnceofMOHMtnoreortessdoog 
tte Western {mparty line, nmnteg a distance of S8.80 
feat along tte Northern property Itee and ranring a <tts- 
tssfie of 690 test aM>mnlMsatonf tte Vest M» ofiMd 
Gna RearHNU. Slid pttm contliuf 2 acnw man or 
less (modifted from 6 acres more or less). (Dem^raod 
TiiMe Area). 
LTMNRAVQf B(»H)UGfl. 



Petttlim a Tonsg Women's Otflstian Associrtlon ot tte 
Tidsttto Aran <tf VlifiniaJw a OHuignot Zotfng Us* 
trid Ctes sl fle a ttw £rom R-f gesM«tellMstrirtto B^ 
RMOrt Omunerdal District oa*Mrtiteprop«tylMried 
at tteSoithiw* cornmr otShoraDtiveandgterflih Bond, 
routeg a ifistance (tf »iO ^ atong tte Soott ^M»ot 
Shorn DrlTC^ rmmteg a distenc* of 170 tetl atoNTtte 
Wertwn pn^eity Itee, rnnningadi^aaesottOOfeet atong 
tte Sonttarn pr^eity Itee and nn^Bf a distaa«e ol 170 
feet iriongiteV^sideotSterfidiRoad. Said pored 
contains 1.16 acres man m less. 
LYNNHAVEN BCStOUGH. 

CHANGE OF TXmSQ I»STRICT CLASSmCATION. 

KEMPSVILLE BC»OUGH: 

3. 

Petitioo of Lakeside Cmu^ractton Corporation for a 
Oiasge of Zoniiv District Clssslficatton from A-1 Apart- 
ment DUtrbA to B-1 Badness Resldenttel Dtetricton 
CMtate property toeiAed at tte Hw ttw a s t eoner oCLcnd 
Dounort Drtvo and Provtdnee Roaid, ramdng a distence 
(tf 500 ftet sing tte Rworsideof Provldencs BoH, m- 
teag a ^ianee of 200 tesC along tte Vntan pRnierty 
Uno, noBtag n dirtutot otlM feet along tenJ^^Mrn 
propet^ line and raantef a distence of SOOtest atong tte 
Vest tidsorL(«dOanK>reIMve. Sate parcel eeatelna 
2.St wan more or toss. 

KsaasnusBommm. 

COHmrAf AL USE PERMIT: 

VmCHNU BEACH BOROUGH: 

.4i- 

Application of Walter Cason Barco foraCondltloBalUse 
Psnnit for a mdnon ottatepopertytoe^^tte 
SoirtlMast corner ot Meditcrnnaas Avwns and Otoaas- 
toro Avanae ranntag a distenn of 90 teetatonB tte togtt 
side 1^ Greensbwo AMnn^ nndag a dtsteaee ol 155 
feet more or 1ms atong tte bstnn property Una, nn- 
Blag a dteteeo (tf UO feet moreor tess sto^ tts SoBtt- 
mi ^operty Itee and running a diirtance ot 144.5 test 
atong tte Vertan ^operty line. &ld parcel is Imown as 
Lote 1, t and Vnstara half ol Lot S. Bteck IS, OaAnr- 
tewa fum*- Otedowtewn BJigtts Aran). 
inRGOaA BEACH B0lt06GH. 

AfpU^iM ol Xatty Lant^, at al, tor a Qa^toMl 
Uae Pwrmtt to opmte a ta^isnrynaittwtotoa eertate 
pn9«ty tocated on tte Eatf ride of i^AeATamisbe- 
tfn^ ri a petal uateri M«tt of Jtt Street, na^H a 
<MslMes of li»teet^engfli|forihnnipn!fi«taMSs« 
rari«a Wtanite of 100 test ilnc tttb^ pn^My 
ltee..?amtag a^Maee of 1» test ato^ttnMcttan 
^^y^ltee, Md r«aii« n^MBMtf UMteAate tee 



OlANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLA8SIPICATK)N. 
VmcnnA BEACH B(ffiOUGB: 

Patitlim of Jote D. MltdwU and N.P. Simpsoo, 1^ 
a Change of Zering IMstrict Classifleriion from A-1 
^iartnMri IMatrii^lo B-4 SMOrt Commerelal Ostriet 
on eoteta ptysrty toeatod on tte North aide tf UNk 
Street baginrini at a point ISO feet Eaat trt Arcttc Avt- 
nne, mnimg a disMnM a lOOtettaloogtte North tide (tf 
Itth Streri, tvnnteg n lUstasee fd 140 teetaloag ten Eas- 
tern ^opwty Uae, mnniac a distai^ ol 100 feet alms 
tte Iterttan |«operty Use and rumd^ a distw:e of M 
fSet atong tte Vntera inx^erty Une. &ld parcel eon- 
tainalpOOi^nrwftet. 
VIHQinA.BEA<m BOmUGH. 
RKterdJ.VriMxH 
Cltyawk - "" 

VBS Jane 13, 1976 
June », 1976 tt 



(ffiDES OF PUBUCATION 
VnKilNU: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VnwniA BEACH 
R0BiVrA8.VERBSKIS, 
Conquateant, 

JOSEPH P. WILLIAMS, etc., et al, 

Defendari. 

Of CHANCERY 
NO. C76-891 

Tte ohjeet (rf tete suit te to quiet title to certate real 
' property britfly deseribed as Lot B on tee^t entttled 
SubdiTiston et Pronerty tor niae V. Adams, Lynateven 
Bormwh, Virgtete Bench, VirebDte;andan Affidavit tevli« 
been made that tea addreases of Jos«kP. WHUams, Sa- 
rah Francos Carravnr ViUiams, Sarah MOUssa VO- 
ilama, Vitgirins G.Villiams,ColnmUa Francos Villiams 
Vhltateirri, Raffor Lee WilUama Bndianan, BMte Joe 
WUliams Parker, AUce Gertrude WUtehnrri Morrisette, 
LilUaa May mitehurst Lambert. James ViUiam Buch- 
anan, Mary Elisabeth Bitohanan Phelps, Rosew^U E. 
Writer, Gtedys CortOne Partcer, Lottie May i>siter, 
Edltt AlBlira Parker TeUer, and Gertrude Ate Lamtert 
Land, if teey te Uving, and Ivisoo Hnrii Bw^man, Lucy 
Lotniehanan, SUrely EUsabettRobt^sonDqneeClarfc, 
AliM Lee Robertson HoUand, and Beverly May Land 
Dim, are unknown: and tte BiU ot Compteinte stetteg 
ttitttere are or mar tepersons interested te tte sid>]ect 
mriter of ttte sott wtese names are unknown, and making 
them parties tetemtent by tte general description of 
"parties unknown" and an Affidavit tevii« been made 
and filed that ttey are unknown, audi unknown parties 
hstag tte qxwses, telrs, devisees and sucnssors te title 
of tte rixnre-named parties. 

It te (MtDERED ttat tte said partiea defendari named 
above, if ttey te livteg, and tte partiea whoso addresses 
are unknown, and tee peraons made defSntente I7 ,tte 
general descr^ition of "partiea unknown" doappearirftt- 
iiB tan (10) days after dne piteUcatian of thte Order aaido 
vteatte necessary to protect tteir Irienste. ft te fhrtter 
OramtEDttet tte toregoing porttonitfthteorderte pub- 
H sh od o nce a week tor four successive wetiu te Tte Vir- 
ginte Beadi Sun, a newspaperpubUshedteteeCity of Vlr- 
flnte B tech, Virginte. 
ENTER: 

A Copy TMte: JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By VmONIA B. ALLEN, D.C. 

I ask tor thte: 

Eli S. Ctovlts, Atty 

1995 Va. National Bk. Bldg. 

Mortote, Virgtete 22510 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
te fin Cterfc's Qfllco of 
tte Cirerit Court of tteCity 
of Virginte Beach, on tte 
Slri itey of Jgne, 1976. 
Jotaite D. Prifrty, Jr., 
Pteltlft, 



Loaise Palfrey, 



Re^MLo 
Daimdari 



Tte ol4act ot thte suit 
te to obtate a dtvoree a 
Ttocato matrimonii from 
tte aaU driendari qnn tee 
gronnds olsapamftonto 
morottanmiejwar. 
And analfidaidtteTtegbMn 
tnateMilDod ttet% de- 
tentant te a non-nsideri 
of tte Strie ot YlrfWatte 
lari known post office ad- 
dma being: c/o Rcglna 
OlMl, 4000 Bonsall Ave- 
nae, Dreiri HUl, Peuttyl- 
vantelSOH. 

vante 19016. itteordwed 

tt^ *• do aiipcar ter« 

«ttttt .ten (10) dKjt after 

dno poUieatton tereot, ami 

do lAtt may te necessary 

to protect -ter" Irierest 

te ays suit. 

A COPT-TESTE: JOHN V. 

FEimtESS, CLERK 

By: 3. Outte Fnit, De- 

PriTjCasfk 

Lo«teoH.Cote 

ItW Tlrglate National 

BankJtaiWi« 

NmliA, Virginte 

vm 

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R te tter^re Ordered 
thri tte sakl Michael MiUl- 
roB appear betore ttte 
Court wtthte ten (10) dam 
alter pnUleatlon of fiite 
Order and kidicate hte at- 
ttnde toward tte {stiposed 
adoptian, or otterwtee do 
wtet te necessary to pro- 
tect hte tetereri to thte 
matter. 
A Gopy-Teae: 

John V. Fentress, Cteric 
By: Virginte B. AUenDC. 
John M. Cloud, Atty. 
Tte MaU, Janaf Shoppteg 
Canter 
Norfolk, Virgiida 

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anUte te tteDapattmmrt ol Ptemri^ 
VI^nOA BEACH BOmVQM. 



ORDER 
VDtCamA; Of THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE <»THE 

caa iiT cocinr of the 

CITT CWntQMlABEACH 

QHTBinttDATOFJnne 

1976. 

to rn: Adoptton ol Christo- 

ptm Ames Mllliron snd 

dnnge of nan* toChristo- 

Iter Janus VllsoB 

Br. VUltem Graver Wteon 

ud M9 Sanchet VOs«« 

Petfttenen 

Ta: Mlehari MUUron 

ttS OmAird Street 

Lodt,CaUfonte 

Thte itey came ViUtem 
Grvnr Vilson and Lncy 
^tohas ViteOB,Patttk>n- 
ers, and rM^nserisd that 
ttewoi#^^Mryrttwa- 
tag te to ritert*liiiriDi^- 
ton (tf tte itove aauMd 
teteri, CM^ter luaea 
lOOfron, by Vffliam Gro- 
vor Viteen and Lnqri Shn- 
cteB tl^on, teitwnl Md 
wite, mi rifittwtt teving 
basB nuria and filed ttS 
Midteri lOlUron. tmtani 
parairt itf aaM dUd, te a 
•on-reridMlofteiiteof 
nrglito. tte teriknem 
pnt^WOee addraM beii«: 
41S Caneod Street, Lodi, 
CaOlOiria 



OS 

VIRGINU: tflt THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CTieulT (XXIKTOrTBE 
CITY OF VnUHMIA 
BEACH, ON THE IStt DAY 
OF June, 1976 
to re: Adoptioo of Evan- 
qaltee Abate 

^ David VOlMland Cleo- 
te^mnCrodntt 
Petittoners 

To: Funando C. Gundran 
U Urion, nilll^diMS 

bAaaeery 

IC-76-S46 

Hte day came David 
VUoot Crockett and Cte- 
ote Mwan Crodntt, ftt- 
tttonws, and rqnresented 
ttri tte bisect of thte pro- 
ceeiteig te to dtect tte 
sdoptioo <tf tte alwveuffl- 
ed tefhri (al Bnagritee 
Mmv, Iqr David Vilmot 
Crw^att and Cloofe Afaoan 
CroOatt, hnriand and wife 
•nd affidavtt tevii« been 
made and filed ttat Fer- 
nando C. Gaadraa, a natur- 
al pareri tf said eriUfren) 
to a non-r^iteat ot tte 
State otViri^ria, tte last 
kaon pori offlct addreaa 
brinr U tteioB ntUte- 

ttM. 

R te tteretore Ordered 
that tte nid Fwando C. 
Gnadran appear befnw tte 
Conrt wlttteteB(lO)da]» 
after priillcation of thte 
Orto' and tedlortehtei^or 
ritttadattiwardttiifr«pn- 
ed adoiMM^ fm-Mmmtm 
do whri te necMsary to 
prated Us istereri te ttte 
■ttttmr. 

A ooRT TMte: Jdm V. 
Fntren, Ctat 
By: inr^ria B. AOm D.C. 
JiteaH.Draschurp.q, 
Pldirit.%ateALyte 
P.O. Bn 1127 
Vlrairia Beach, Vii^nte 



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(HDER OP PUBLICATTON 
UtttCteit'sOtticeotUie 
Clrctttt Crart of tte City 
1^ Vlr^nU Beach, on the 
16th day of Jane, 1976. 
SMin Louise'Jones, 



PMltilf, 
apiut 



MlckaellUlph Jones, 
DatwiAiit. 

■nw oWect of this salt is 
to iMitain a divorce a vin- 
eal» BBatrimiDnii from the 
saU defendant, qno the 
gnwds (tf desertim, 
Ktad aBaflidaTittavli«been 
made and filed tiat doe 
dUi^ee has Iwcn used by 
or in bdialf of the Com- 
^ainant to ascertain in 
«Udi coun^ orcoipon- 
tlon the defendant is, wtth- 
ai dfect, the last known 
post office address btiag: 
2M Fighter Drive, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
alter doe poblicatim here- 
of, and do what may be 
necesMry to protect his 
interest ui this suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 

FENTRESS, CLERK 

BY: Virginia B. AUen d.. 

Clerk. 

Sandra Loniae Jones 

1252 Ocena VM. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office 

of the Circnit Court of the 

City at Virginia Beach, on 

Um 2tth day of May, 1976 

DarreU Wayne Wells, 

Plaintiff, 

igainst 

Margaret Ann Wells, 

Defoidant. 



The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
Tincalo matrimonii from 
the said defendant iqnn the 
gronnds of separation of 
the parties for a period 
in excess of one (1) year 
in accordance witt provi- 
sions of 20-91 (9) (a) of 
the /Code of Virginh, IWfr, 
as amended. 

. And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vir^nU, the last known 
post office address being: 
824 Elisabeth Street, Key 
West, Florida 33040 it is 
ordered that she do appear 

» within ta (10) days 
doe nddlflanoo here- 
of, ttd-ds whet may be 
necessary to prote^ her 
lMei<i«t^«i this snit. 
A oopf-Testr. Jdm V« Fen- 
tress. Cletk : 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk 

Moore, 3rydges t Cohen 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginta 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Ciicoit Court of tte City 
of Virginta Beach, on the 
Ist day of June, 1976 
Deborah Gamble Walter. 
Plalallff, i-"> 

agaiut 
Melvin L. Walter, Jr. 



And an affidarit>'' having 
be«i hade and filed that 
the defwdant is a noo - 
residwt of the ^teitf Vir- 
ginia the last kui«pjKtM«f- 
fiee address Mng:.<CK:- 
Srdi Infontry,^ Aro, 09045 
it Is ordered. that he do 
aK>ear here v^tklD4«^<10) 
days after dMjHiblkattoa 
hereof, and, do, what mtyi 
be necessarf s to protect 
his iirterMt ta ttds suit. 
A cqnr-teste: JOHN V. 
FEmeSS, CLERK 
By: Viiginta B. Allen D. 
Clerk 

Clements, Bowerman li 
Hauser 

3284 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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llie object of this suit 
ta to obtata a divorce a 
viiKulo. matrimonii from 
the said defendant qiai the 
grounds .M separation ot 
the parties for a period 
ta excess on we year (i.e. 
May 19, 1974). 

And an affldavif having 
been made and fUed that 
the d^endant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginta, the last known 
pod atnee address being: 
e/o Mdvin L. Walter, Sr.. 
Aiirt TraUer Park, Lon46 
Appntactan, New York, it 
ta ontored that he do qt- 
peai- hen within ten (10) 
dajw aitR- <hie piMication 
hereof, and do vdiat may 
be necessary to protect 
hta interest ta thta suit. 
A «pf-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtta Fruit, De- 

Ky, Clerk. 
m D. Booker. Jr. 
162$ Princess Anne Road 
VlF^nta Bea(^. Virginta 

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mmm of pubucation 

ta the Clerk's Office (tf the 

Cireatt Court erf tte Ctty 

ol Vlr^nta B«ich, tn 

tk3rd(tay of June, 1976. 

MUra Jane Stowden, 

PlaiiMf, 

againrt 

Alan D. Saowden, 



Ike f^mi irf ttds s^ 
ta to iMata a lUvsm « 
vinento matrtawdl tnm 

^ tei^ mmiaui, qxatte 
groaAi 9i SecttM a-n 
(9) havtag Uved ^arate 
and apart fbr the period ta 
ncHB of em year. 



ORDER 
VIRGIHIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF TH£ 
CTICDIT COURT OF^fflE 
CITYOFVIRt^lABEACff 
ON THE 27th DAY OF 
Ma^l976. 

In re: Adoption of Tracy 
Lynn Moon, a minor under 
the age of tMirteei^ (14) 
yean. 

By: John Harold Riggs and 
Linda Gene Riggs, 
Petitionen 

To: Charles Bud Moon 
Route *2 
Fallon, Nevada 
Chancery #e-76-783 



Thta day came John Har- 
old Rins ud Linda Gene 
Riggs, Petitlooers, andn- 
presented that the object 
of Uita ivoceeding ta to ef- 
fect the adoptioii of the 
above named inluit (a), 
Tney Ljnm Moon, by 
John Harold lUggs and 
Linda Gene Riggs, hnsband 
and wife, and affl^vlthav- 
Ing bean madeiwiinedtMit 
Charles Bad MooN,ain- 
tual panit ol aaid ehttd 
(renl i* a ip»-n«ait«f 
&• llitar <i^1Ri|ta^1»a 
last kBQMi piiit oCBwad- 
dnralMiW:||Mli«l^- 
Ion, Ncnda 

It ta Ovefora OntaNd 
ttitt the W^QHiM^Wtt 
Moon MMar before ttta 
Covtv^ ten(10) days 
jUter piftltcatton irf ttds 
Order and IMteato hta^r 
attitnde toward the pro- 
posed sd#floi^ sr otnar- 
wfse do w^ta neoMsary 
UipecH^'mfMtnA ta 
Ada matter. 
AddpylWe: " 
John V. Fentnns, Clerk 
By: Virgiida B^^^AHeff D;C< 
Stanley i^Mlips 
P:0;B<aTO7 
Virgiida Beach, Va.> 

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(»IDER0F PVBLICATK)N 

In tte Cleft's Office of tte 

Circuit Conrt itf tteCity 

of Virglnia^BMid^ OBiihe 

15th day ot June, 1976. 

Judy MeCabe Moon, 

PlaMitt, 

apdnat 

James R. Mo(»«, 

Defendant. 

nt chiea of thta suit 
is to cMata a divorce a 
mensa at thoro from the 
.'«aid dcfendairt, npoa the 
fnwnds ol daMrtkn. . , 

And anafHdavtthavlngbeen 
made and Ued Uiitf the de- 
fendant ta anoB-rMidantof 
the State of Virginta, the 
last known post office ad- 
dnss b^ig: Bot2641, 
APO;NewTor,ntt4ttta 
ordered ttiat he do anear 
hen wlthta teB(iO) <tays 
after due prtillcatlon hen- 
of , and do vAat nuiy be 
neceaaary to protact .hta 
interest ta Ma suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOTN V. 

FENI^ESS, CLERK 

BY: Virginta B. AUen D. 

Clerk. 

Si Cameron Mun 

440t Bw Ffvidta Lane 

Va. BentA, Va. 13462 

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OKDER OF ramjCATlON 
b the Clnk'a Office of 
the Circuit Court ol the 
City of Hr^idaiBeaeh, on 
the Ist <tay (tf June, 1976 
Patsy Brown (^, 
Ptaintiff. 
aptast 

Sherman Parke*- '^:i, 
IM«Klant. 

ne («4Mt d tts suit 
ta to obtata a ttvoree a 
vineoto natrimoril from 
tte saU Mmia/t upon toe 
grorads ol nepaiytioB lor 
nan ttaa tm nu^j^ 

And u A&vft taviag 
been made and filed ^ 
the ddcntent ta a aon- 
midetf of tte State m 
Vii^ala, ^ last known 
pnt office addreii hotag: 

P(^ fmBtaaw^M- 

naeul Mri(. Mi^odt, 

Mrfli (^hdina R ta' or^ 
dared tttf In do wiear 
l^rt •tttoi teaYlO) days 
afttf ihH pridicaflon hHV- 
1^, aad do what may be 
necessary to pnted Ms 
tatnetftaWs^t. 



A? copy-Te^te: JOHN V. 
FEN'TRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Pickett, Spata * Lyle 
PJQ. Box 2127 ^ ' 
Virginta Beach, VlrglnU 

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OJffiER OF PUBLICATION 
Ib l«n|^'«.Qffice of the 
CliSiPWn '«f the City 
of Virginta Beach, dtt'ibe 
leth day of June. 1976. 
Dimttrios Demertita, 
Plaiatlfl, 



HarUiUa Demertzis 
Defendant. 

The object otthta.auitas 
to Obtain .n divone a vta- 
'cnlo.>mati!InodU'fiNNn the 
said defsndaat;. ivte the 
gropnda'. of sbpantion for 
mon than one jrear to-wit, 
from '" 

And an affidavit havii« been 
made and tiled thabfhe de- 
fendant ta ftvon'reiUent of 
the State of VtntlnU, the 
laat 1ax>w post office add- 
nas. being: 735 South 
BraaOway, , Baltimon, 
Maryland M ta ordered 
that ahe do appear hen 
wlMda tan (10) ttajv after 
dne priittaHoB^anol, |ind 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her iaterest ta 
thta salt. 

A COPY -TESTE; JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK.' ^ 
BY:VlrgtataB. AUenC.C, 
Qeric. 

Deckw, Zciqr, at al 
OneMUn^laaEaat 
Nortolk, VaT*^^^ 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

VmCDHA: IN THE 

dRCOTY COURT OF THE 

CITY OFVQtGINIABEACR ' 

ON THE lOTH DAY OF 

JUNE,l976 

ta the matter^of ttoadop- 

tlatal 

ANN MARIE CAPPARELU 



dMim OF PIOOJCATION 
a t6cetrnt'sK»liceia(!t# 
Clreoi^Cottrt'(rftbe Ci^r (rf 
Va. Beach, on the 2nd day 
of Jnne,4976.v 
ISiomaa.M. Hestle, 
Plaintiff, 



against 

Robin Edwards Hestle, 

T)kT('dAaBt 



■ object ut this suit 

oMain a divorce a 

jnensa^ et thoro to be jner- 
' fAA Iht'o a divorce a vln- 
cAlo'matTlmOBli from the 
said defendant. «von the 
KTounds of desertioK' . 



' And an affidavit havlna^ 
been ntade and filed that 
the dtAendant U a am- 
naident of tto ^a%itf 
Virginia, the last wwn 
post office address being: 
791 Sagamon mu Drive, 
Marietta, GeoigU it ta or- 
dered that he do ^HWar 
hen,«ttUtt ten (10) days 
aftWHtoejittblicatunir here- 
of, and^> do -what nay be 
.-.,necessai^ to protect hta 
intenst ta tlds suit. 
A" copy-teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virglttta B. AUen D., 
derk. 

Wallace B. Smith 
«4 Stoney Point 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 

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Boulevard, Virgtata Beach 
Vlrgtata 

rr IS therefoK, ORDIiS- 
ED ttiat the said JAMES 
MclNTYRE appear before 
thta Court wi^ ten (10) 
^s after pubUntion of 
tUs Order aai tadicate his 
attitnde toward tbepro- 
ptped adoption, or other- 
w^e do what is oecessanr 
to protect his interest in 
fids matter. 
A<^yteste: 

Jdm V. Fentress, Cleik 
Virgtata B. AUen D.C. 
WlUam H. Cokma Jr. 
attoraey for thefetitioners 
1397 LasUn Road 
Virginta Bead), VA 23451 

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tiliiii 




warn CAnJSSEu.m 

intanl. 

' And it appeartag hf af- 
fidavit filed aeoordtag to 
taw that bE(»lARD E. 
GAPPAH^JJ. iti* aataral 
" ""■' ' Vnot ' 



(HIDER 
VIRGINIA: « THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

ootcurr court of the 

OTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 27th DAY OF 

tan: AdopUon of BREN- 
NAN mYNE GILLIAM 
aHiB TRnrrAN t^YNKGUi- 

LIAM 

By: Coogie C. GUltam, 

Ji'.' and Ibxine L. GiUiam 

WffioiMrs 

qppecryfC-TlrMl 
iiitodarduMCoa^C. 



ORDER OF PUBUCA'nON 
ta the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court ofj.the City 
of Virginta Beach, on the 
-l«h (taT-Krf June, 1976. 
Elisabeth Wilson Woodruff, 
PlainUff.. 
against / 

Albert C. Woodruff, m, 
Defendant..__ 



The object of thta suit 
ta to Obtata a divorce a 
vtaculo matrimonU finom 
the said defendant upon the 
grmmds of desertlm. 
And anafUdarit having been 
made and filed that toe de- 
fendnnt ta a non-resident 
Of toe State of Virgtata, 
the last known post office 
address being: 938 North 
A, Apt. A, Tulare, Cali- 
tornta 93274 it ta ordered 
that he do appear hen 
wtthta ten (10) days after 
due publlcatbn hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect hta iaterest ta 
fids suit. 

A COTT-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtta Fruit, De- 
puty, Qork. 
MaiptarAB«mett 
3380 Pacific Avenue 
Virginta Beach, Virginta 

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ta MfcWBHrW l 

tt^ the aidiiamUQDf E. 

. CAPPARmil do appear 
wWita ten "di^> alH^dne ' 

^mbUatiob of 4hta (^(tar, 
in flie Cterk's^Offlce of ttie 
CInntt iCottrt^of UieuCi^ 
of V|iftnta;BeaCh;Vitginta 
and |do irlatis neeesslii[ 
to protect Us interest, t 

And ilt ta fUrtbercm- 
DERED tint fiita Order be 
pMiHaheftjOBca atvraek for 
l o uigB ^ii w stveftfweata ta 
ttal4»rgiata Beadi Am, a 
newiftteerpabuaed ta the 

r CMy^g^hrglntamwai; c 
Virginta. ** V 

A^ Cow Terte; : John V- 
FaOraM. Out ^' 
^: Viiftata B. AUoi, D.C 
liUfortota:^ r^V^ 
Robert L;;81ittpB0ii,Jr. 
Atorney ftur Pettttoiwr 
SSOO Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginta Beach, Va. 

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ORDER 
VIRCHHIA: IN THE 
CL£RX'8 OrnCE OF 
TOE ORCOIT COURT OF 
THE C^TY OF VDtGaNIA 
VEkCE, ON THE 1401 
DAY (^ Aim, 1976 ; 
b n: AdJMtlon of Chrta-^ 
tte Marie Bdnnta 
Br WJUian R. * Ruth 
G. Edvtrtt - 

PlMtlOIIM* 

To: FradcAifldna 
c/0 Geneal DeUvery 
ShmejKantndir 

taCtancery 
#C-76-910 

tUs day ome William 
R. Edwurte aad=lMh E. 
Edwards, fdmim»nf»aa 
tost Oieob- 



fsc^ 'tfea 

BrBBnaB^ iiShafM 
imd^rtali»bMi 

uUAyriCOO^ .^wOOttBtti JK 

and Maxtoe L. GUUam, 
hnimd and wita, and af- 

Mi 4M»K ^ a 

Ml of aaid^aM^i#to« 

noB-ranidai 

Vlrgtata, the tall tanp 

00^ office addrenlitiir 

810 Louisiana Avenue, 

FMTiday, Loutaiana 

It ta therefore Ordered 
that the said Hubert Lee 
McGlotota anwar before 
thta Court wlthta ten (10) 
days after pobUcation of 
tUs Order andindicate hta/ 
attitndeioward tiwpnvos- 
^ ed adqitian, or otherwtae 
do what ta necessary to 
protect hta interest ta this 
matter. 
A eopf teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: Vlrgiida B. AUen DC. 
fttrry Xantor, Esq. 
Adler t Kantor 
706PlasaOneBldg. 
Norf<dk.VA 83510 

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JPHBUCATKIM 
tefiMWEfafcti niliB «•■«» 

Cirenft Court of thai City' 
of Virginta Bea<^ on the 
Mk dv of June, 1976. 
Bikewell, 



Rotb Bake- 



fiO. 



Ject of tU* procMdtag ta 
to affset toe adopttoaoitte 
diov* aaniodluit^Qttta- 
tteJiUtel^iBrtti^WU- 
yaaRiSdMMnuiltato 
G. Idwitt^laAand and 
wito. and affidavtt havtag 
be^ nude and filed UMt 
Frank AdUu, a a^ral 
parent of Mid eUd, taa 
aoB-iaiidaM of tkeStateof 
rtspOi, Am tart taiown 
po« office adfeansbetar 
e/o CeBMfal IMlnry, 
Tainie, ITeiitiiiii 
t la fiMntew (Mered 

immimtmkAasm 

impair h j JMi'a Wf Conrt 
wlthta taa (10) dnys aSer 
pdf Hftf linr' of this (Mar 

J m— MM - _ » _ &J— -jatt., J- 

■BB W/UmCmBm wHw ■iillWW 

tomrd the pr^oaad ado- 
pUoB, M athwwtMdoidnt 
ta BBC^aey to^^jnliitlita 
tatafant to Ms miUite. 

JeiB T. F^atTMS, Oerk 
Lavias 4t FriM&iMi jt.^. 
ItOWtwlBwattiatf 
VlrgWa Beach, VirgUa 

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ORISR 
VIRGINIA: IN THE t^lR- 

curr COURT of the 

CaTT OF VIR(HNIA BEACH 
OK THE BAT OF, 1976 

mTXEwarrm of the 

ADOPnONillF 

mmxmt hoar lyncs 

10 BEWAM&D HERB^r 

NOAHHCnTON 

BY: JAMES PAUL H(»- 

TOH and ANNIE ODELL 

BORTON 

IN CHANCERY NO. 
C78^978 



THE DAY came James 
Paul Hnrton and Aimta 
Oddl Hoitoh, P^tUMsn, 
and represented ttut the 
otiect of thta proeeedtag 
ta to effect toe adopfion a 
the above-named intant, 
HertertMahLya^ by 
Aaoas Pad Boit(»MdAa- 
rta OdaU Jteton, h a ah a nd 
and wife, nd tftMavtt hav- 
tag been made and filed toat 
Janos M^iyn, a natnnl 
pveat of aaU cUU, ad- 
dresa ta akaown and that 
dna dOIgeaee has ban used 
byortahehalfoftoaaaid 
patlttoaen to aseeitota ta 
lUchoMity or enpon- 
tioa tte aald nataralfareat 
i^«Mftbi* eOad, kblatf 
taBM pMtcflfa»^dnn 
baii«: a hoaae wU^tonow 
daawUrted wUiA was to- 
eated oa Vi^tata B«^ 



The object of this suit 
if to obtata a divorce a 
vtaculo matrinumii from 
toe said defendant vpoa toe 
grounds of one year s^ 
aration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffied that toe de- 
foidant ta a non-resident 
of toe State <tf Virgtata, 
toe last known post office 
address being: c/o Mr. k 
Mre.R.BakeweU,15De^ 
dale Drive, Leasingbam, 
Slealord, Ltacolnshlre, 
ENGLAND it is ordered 
that hedoappearherewito- 
ta tm (10) days after due 
pUblicafion hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect hta Interest ta tlds 
sutt. 

A a)PY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS. CLERK 

By: J. Curtta Fnrit, De- 
puty Cleit. 

Mr. WilUam H. Colona, 
Jr. 

1397 Laskta Road 
Virginta Beach, Virginta 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
b the Clerk's Office of 
toe Circuit Court of the 
City <a Virginta Beach, on 
th» 28to 4tay ^ Itoy, 1976 
Doreen Audrey Durante, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

AntlK»y Durante, 
DefendaiA. 
The object of this suit 



ta to obtata a divorce A 
Vinculo MatrlmoaU from 
the safl^detodaat.'qnntoe 
grounds of the partlM hav- 
tag Uved eitf irely ^vate 
and ipart for mon toan 
one year. 

And an affidavit baring 
been made and fitad that 
the dtfentant ta a noo - 
r^deat of tte State of 
m^tola. the last known 
port office address bdng: 
Sm Fmno Avenue, P«i- 
sac^ Ftorida it ta or- 
dned that te do appeir 
hen wfihta ten (10) days 
att«' dn publication tere- 



of, and 00 what may be 
necessai7 to protect hta 
intenst to this suit. 
A cqpy-Tesfe: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Viiglnta B. Allen D, 
Clerit. ' . ' 

ChrisUe 4i Cutterman 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

ta the Clerk's Office Of toe 

City ol^Vlrginta Beaidi; on 

the l^dayof June.ir». 

Qtfolyn Yvonne ^pria^. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Duval Robert Springe, 

Defndant. 



The object of thta sidt ta 
to obtata a (firorcs avta- 
culo matrimonU froni the 
said defendant, upon toe 
grounds of continuous and 
uninteirupted separation 
for a period ta excess of 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that toe de- 
fendant is a non-nsident 
of the State of Virgiida, 
the last known post office 
address being: 536 Kosi- 
cuosko Street, Brooklyn 
New York it is ordered 
that he do an)ear hen 
wlthta ten (10) days after 
due pubUcStion hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect hta tatenst ta 
this suit. 

A COPY-TESTE: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
BY: Virginta B. AUen, D.C. 
Clerii.„ : 

JraiP. Eichle?,Atty 
701 Plasa One BuUding 
Norftjlk, Virginta 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

tar the aerie's Office 

of tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 26th day of Hay, 1976 

Milton E. Selby, 

PtainOff, 

against 

Grecta Marva Selby, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
b toe Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit, Court* of the 
City of Virginta Beach, on 
the 7th day of June, 1976 
John D> Densmore, 
Watatilf, 7 > 
agiAist 

Aogene L. Densmore, 
Defendant. 

The object td this suit 
ta to obtata a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be lat- 
er merged into a divorce 
A Vinculo MatrimonU from 
the said defendant, upon 
tte grounds of Desertion 
on August 5, 1975. 

And an affidavtt baring 
been made and ffied that 
Due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plantiff to ascertata 
ta what county or Corpor- 
ation toe defoident ta, wito- 
out effect, the last known 
post office addnss being 
710 D. E. Leicester Ave., 
Norfolk, Va. it ta order- 
ed that she do ^jpear here 
wlthta Ten (10) Days af- 
ter due pid>licaUaq here- 
of, and do irhat may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest ta thta suit, -i—^- 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CItfk 
By: J. Curtta Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Decker, Zoby, ColUas A 
ChrisUe p.q. 
Suite 900 

One Mata Ptasa East 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta the Clerk's Office of 

toe Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginta Beach, on 

the Ttt day of June, 1976 

Robin Cheryl Greenfield 

Moran, 

naintiff, 

against 

Midnel Lee Moran, 

Defradant. 



The object of this suit 
ta to obtata a divorce A 
Vlncttto Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Due diligence has been us- 
ed by ud on behaU of the 

. plantiff to ascertata to what 
comrty or corporation 
the defendent is, withoot 
effect, toe last known post 
office address being 616 
or 618 Red Horse Lane, 
Norfolk, Va. it ta order- 
ed toat he do appear here 
wlthta Ten (lO) days af- 
ter due publicaUon kere- 

^^, and do w h at -JM* be 
necessary to protect m to- 
tereat ta this suU. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
pu^,^Clert 

Harold J. Goodman p.4. 
1120 ^rrow Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 23325 



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The object of this suit 
is to oltain a decree of 
divorce a vinculo ma- 
trimonii from the defendant 
upon the grounds of Uving 
separate and apart for a 
period of one year. 

And an affidarit having 
hem made and filed that 
the defendant is a nco- 
nsldent of the State of 



Virginta, toe tast known 
post office addnss being: 
317 Marion Street, SeatUe 
Washington 98104 ft is tn-- 
dered that she do qjpear 
here wlthta ten (10) days 
after due publication hen- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest ta this suit. 
A copy-teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Virginta B. AUen D. 
Clerk. 

Bnitt, Rutter A Montagna 
720 Attantic Nat. BankBldg 
Norfolk, Virginta 

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10 Beacherl 
VMIgrads 

A total of 259 Virginta Military InsUtute cadete- 
tacludtag 10 from tte Beach— have been named to tte 
dean's Ust at tte okI of the first semester. 

To be eligtole for tte academic honor, a cadet must 
have an avm^e grade of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for all sub- 
ject, Witt no grade below 2.0. ta the current first 
(senior) ckss, 73 cadets were named to tte honor Ust, 
irith 70 from^ the second class, 48 from tte third, and 
68 from the fourth class. 

Among ttose named to the honor list are tte 10 
Virgtata Beach cadets. 

They are Cadets: Thomas H. and WlUtam B. Cravrford, 
sons of Dr. and Mrs. WilUam B. Crawford, of 844 
Five Point Rd.; Gary J. and Jerry T. Haste, sons ot 
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Haste Jr., ot 5321 IndtanJUvar 
r'^'Ud.; Budall E. HawUns, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Eir, 
' gene D. Hawktas, of 1504 Lake Christopher Dr.; and 
R^nwrnd F. Higgtas ffl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Hi^gins, of 368 S. Ifewtovn Rd. 

Also, WtUtam H. Peacock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 
ttur L. Peacock, of 340 E. Chickasaw Rd.; Robert J. 
Rockefeller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert RockefeUer, 
of 316 Garrison Ptace; Michael G. Tate, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. BiUy G. Tate, of 3717 Gladstone Dr.; and 
Jack L. Wrif^t, son of Mr. and Mn. S.L.Wright, 
of 4512 Curttas Dr. 

Stitches Shifts 
Beach location 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b toe Clot's OBtee itf tlw 

Circutt Court of toe Ctty 

of Virginta Beach, on the 

15to day of June, IV^ 

Joyce Ann LaiAford Lodf, 

PlainUff, 

against 

Jessie Donald Long 

Defwdaat. 

The object of thta suit 
ta to obtata a divorce a 
vtaculo matrimonU from 
the said dideadant. , 1900 
the g^tNmte of teswtion. 
And anaffldavtthariagiieen 
made and ffied ttoi 4oe 
dUlgMce has been used by 
or ta behaU of tte Cmn- 
plianant to ascertata ta 
iritlch co«aty or oorporta- 
tloBtlMdeieodaatta,wito- 
oot cttod, Um last Inown 
post'Ofllce address Iwiag: 
154 Boato CoamsBCheCta- 
ster, Virgtata Beac^ Vta- 
jtaiaA ta wdend that he 
do tpfmr here wtthta ten 
(10) days after dasptfdic- 
atioB huwrf, aad do lAat 
auy be nacMsair to pro- 
ted hta bdereri ta tota 
antt. 

A COPY -TESTE: SOWI V. 
FEMYRSSS, CLERK 
BY: Viri^ata B. AUen D. 
Cterk. _ 

Woodruff G. GrUfln, Atty. 
P. O. Bn ^ 
Va.»adi,Ta.a«8 

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Stttches. Inc.. Beach-owned chata ot casual sporto- 
wear shops, has moved its general offices to anew 
7,200 square fo(A bnUding ta Airport Industrial Park. 

Marvta Frijsdberg, president, said that the iiew build- 
ing jwill serve as general offlcesand dtttoibuUdii ten- 
ter tor Stitdies' eight retail ouUets ta the Tidewater 
area. The building ta on a 1.2 acre parcel at 5721 
Thurston Drive. ^ 

Friedberg describes his business aa a qtectaltydoto- 
ing (^eratton, catering to men and women. 

Besides buying produds from U.S. tlms. Stitches. 
Inc. importo sportswear producta from Europe, Souto 
America, Asta and the United Kingdom. 

ta maldng the annomcement, Jim Daris ot the b- 
dnstrial Divtaioo. Virginta Beach Department ot Ecoao- 
mlc Development, said, "We are very happy Stttches 
chose our city. Iliey bring more diversity to the grow- 
tag list of indudriesand commercial businesses locat- 
ing at VUginta Beach." 

Locattag Studies, Inc. at Virginta Beach was the result 
of a co(9eraUve effort between Davta and CharlM 
Ifi^iaum, industrial realtw. 

King's Forest 
clubbers meet 

The King's Forest Ctarden Cldi .met recoiUy at 
nialta Presbyterian Chardi. / 

The eld) ta proud of having wtn most beantifual boott 
at the Pembnte Chairty Basaar last taU, and com- 
mtttees fOr the baxaars next faU are already haro at 
woric, 

Membera «oatiinie to visit the Ceder fOr Effedive 
Lesmiv. Mn. Bardd L. Harris and Mn. Daivd 
C. Ascher helped J|e j^hilitt^ mske very aUractiv* 
spring flower collsges thta moott. 

Mn. Rc^ M. Lmnan and Mrs. Rdiert W. Miller 
wen coi«ratutated by the presided, Mn. WUUam 
C. Darwta, for winning tdue ribbons for tefr hori- 
culture exhtotts at the qving flower show sponsored 
by toe Virgtata Beacfi CouncU d Gardn Clubs at toe 
king's Gru* Preiqrterlan.aMrch. -^ - 

After the buslMss meetiag Ihe dd> toured the lovdy 
yard of Mn. George H. bnlktoB to Ld» asm. 
1%e otdic 'Rree Pw^esudSaowfaaUbushmretavorites 
wtto evwyoas. 

Plans are miderway for the annual siting ^cdc. 
The codumee and menu wiU refled toe Ucategnlal 
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NICE little kittns ready 
for peo|ile. Free to Rood 
borne. Anytime 547-4077. 



lOTTENS-Adoralde. 7 
weMu old. JoUffRoed area. 
CALL 4M-7MS (tor Urs. 
Slmmooa) 



KITTENS welaed and Ut- 
ter boi trained. Eicht 
vedcs old, male and fe- 
male, all adorable. Call 
4M-2379. 



lOTTEN, one, 3 montbs 
old, male, cray and wbite. 
Call 497-74!o. 



FPP PIES bee to a nod 
lOme. llolheTIs put Bird 
Mf. Fire wttks old. CaU 
4M-620S: 



Loving Cat free to loving 
bome. Less tban 1 year 
old. Good with children. 
Call 428-5015 after S:pm 



4 FLUFFY litUe kittens 
are waiting for a loTing 
new owner. CaU 547-8652 
anytime. 



3 KITTENS - Cburcbland 
area. 6 weeks old. One gold 
and two Ubby. Call 484- 
7883. 



KITTEKS - Cide, bealtiiy, 
and FREE CALL 428-6997 



FUEEUttens. 6 weeks old. 
CaU after 5 p.m. 427-1438 

KITTENS, 2 gray, female. 
Give away. CaU 424-4252 



PUPPIES - V.2 Male and 2 
Female. Great Bridge area. 
CaU 547-2606. 



3 CALICO kittens need a 
good home. CaU after 5 
pm 484-4995. 



FEMALE poodle, 4 years 
old. Charcoal with wbite 
stripe in chest. 486 - 5541 



WTTENS-free to » good 
bomau Two Uaek k one 



Three pqiples , tw6 males 
ft one female. 6 wks old 
and tree to a, good home. 
Father terrier, mother 
part- dasehimd. CaU 853- 
5366, after 4 pm. 



OOG-EngUsh Bbeep ft 
Aire-dale, 6 y«irs M, 
male, gentle, good with 
chUdren. Call 486-7244 



2 yr. Old Gray ft Wbite 
female cat. Good mouser. 
CALL 421-9567 



NTTEN8, > male, 8 wedcs 
old. Free to a good bome. 
CaU 488-9644 



PUPPIES - Part German 
Sbqtoard. 6 ««Ab okf. 
Male and female. CALL 
482-3410 after 5 p.m. 



BLACK ft WHITE male 
eat. One year old and good 
wtth cbUdran. CaU ^- 
0014. 



SEVERAL grown cats, aU 
neotored. Free to a good 
bome Cbarcbland CaU 
anyttme 484-5489. 



POODLE miniature, wbite, 
male, doesntJlke children. 
Approximately 5 years old. 
CaU 547-1089 after 6 p.m. 



4 KITTENS ft Manui. Bea- 
utiful Persian type. 6 weeks 
old. CaU 482-1024 aft«r 
6:30 pm. 

KITTENS- Free, some are 
ftissy and one gray sti^jed 
male a year old. CaU 420- 
5542 



XTTTENS-Free to a good 
home. Graf ft vrtiite and 
black ft white. Male ft fe- 
male. CALL 421-9567. 



PERSIAN eat - fnj4rM, 
caU 428-0100. 



CAT-Part persian, tor- 
toise sbeUfMiaIe,dac]aw- 
ed, nanterad, two years 
old, very friendly, Iree to 
good hoflM. CaU 140-2980. 

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in«Mr<»aerilHb!aadiii 1 
mlMO? bovinf pats ■ iKMl 
loving bome. CaU 424- 
9123. 



CATS-3 fftmale, ivayad, 
2 are siamease and 1 
tabby. Call 424-9123. 




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MONTESSORI 

SCHOOU 

Row enroUlag lor Septaaber 
Ages 1 1/2 years - 1 years 

CAli 499-0723 

Ceritflad ftW aid «piOBu stair 
BaU days Readily eWriti^ eArtseMatteMHde 

Cbeaapaake-PorMaeath 



BLACK male cat-1 year 
oU- boase broken - give 
away. Call 482-2448. 



CAT-TABBY-PERSIAN - 
Yellow ft While, ^e, 4 
vsan old. Needs a good 
home wttta aoGbadren.CaU 
463-0744. 



KITTENS - 4. all male, 
7 weeks oM. Call after 4: 30 
p.m. or all day week-ends 
482-3182. 



8 iaTTENS-7 weeks old. 
Male and female, 3 are 

?art siamaaae. CALL 583- 
481 (tor Terry Remtotw- 
^, 226 Dominion Ave., 
NorfbUc, Va.) 



American Eridmo Spiti- 
one year old. Free to good 
bome. 497-6941. 



GERMAN Shepherd 8 month 
Female aU shots. Free to 
a good bome 484-9218 any- 
time. 



LOVABLE ktttens Free to 
a good bome. CaU 543- 
3881. 



Kitten, black Female and 
adorable. CaU 484-1947. 



FREE kitten to a good 
bome. Black ft wbite with 
shHt hajr 9 weeks old. 
Call in •vanii«8-464-6850. 



TORKSHIHE Terrier, 
grown, registered, neuter- 
ed, needs a caupi# to 
love bim. No smaU diil- 
dren preferred. CaU 482- 
3853. 



BOSTON TERRIER Free 
to good bome. Housetrain- 
ed, doea not like yomig 
children bat loves wtailts. 
Needs lots of love. (AKC 
Registered) CaU 488-3539. 



PDPPlES-6 weAa old, 
mother is a mtnerature 
CoUey. CaU 420-1818 



KITTENS-Free to a good 
bome. 2 black, 1 whtte 
and bUek. CaU 488-1783 
dnrii« the day. 487-1875 
after 5:30 pm. 



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REOEniTBIS AD 
FOR WO(M)EN NICKEL 

The Cigarette House 

Moyock, N. C. 

BatUefield Blvd. Rt. 168 





/ never feel alone when I listen 

to Jon Jeffery Key.,, 
Maybe theft's whylmanledhlml 



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2-Spectal Notiees 



SPRING and Summer val- 
ues catalog. Sand yoir 
name, address and 25$ to 
Griggs Gift Cmter, Route 
3. Box 186, Smltbfield, Va. 
23430. 



NICK'S Pnvy HHo< - HIU- 
~ti» Plata, LaaUn Road, 
VirginU Beach. Saturday 
and Sundaya l:pm tiUdark. 
CaU 480-4287. 



CONTRACTORS Marine 

construction co. needs 
single office, small stor- 
age space, and telephone 
answering when out. CaU 
JeihB after 5 p.m. 425 - 
1975. 



Wanted: Literary critic 
wtth strong Interest In sub- 
ject matterot science fic- 
tion. No idle curious, no 
lonely women, please. As- 
sist with final stages of 
gnaranteed martetable 
product. No obllgatiott ex- 
cept yodr Ume. Oiare pro- 
oeeda. Complex project. 
547-1846 



REDUCE safe ft fast with 
GoBese Tablets ft E-Vap 
"water pUls." Murden 
Drag. 



WORRIED ABOUT YOUR 
SKOf? Curl ft NaU Salon 
has organic Nutri-Metlcs. 
Free demonstraUon Tues- 
day ft Wednesday 11 am- 
2 pm. For appointment caU 
399-9709 or 587-6370. 



Invite a clown to your next 
birthday, picnic, or pro- 
motion. Clowns available 
for all occasions. CaU 
Clowns ft Santas, 587 - 
3697. 



I-Lost and Foand : 



PLEASE help me, I'm lost 
I am a big green parrot 
with a red area on my 

•> head. If yon see me,|dease 
caU my owner. 482-3041 

p \^rm in the Gr^ Briege 
«rea. 
I'm in the Gfeat^ 




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FAMILY Package-2 loU, 
vaults and monument in 
Woodlawn Memorial Gar- 
dens, $2,000. CaU 420- 
0835. 



I-Antomoldlesjbr Sale 



1971 - CHEVY VAN - Redi 
Kamp-2 A/C, r^rigerator, 
stove, siift, sleeps four. 
ExceUent condition. CaU 
422-4403 after 6 p.m. 



6-Aaton«bUes«irSale 



6S-CHEVItOLET- 8.W.G., 
impala, «ir, radio, oee 
owner, |700. CaU 482-3978 



FORD-Bronco, 1974, 4 
wheel drive, V8, AM - FM 
8 track stereo, poiwr 
steering, neallatt comB* 
tton, low fflUaan, f3900. 
CALL 857-1091 



REWARD 1500.00 For in- 
tormatioa leading to recov- 
ery of antique clocks and 
watehea, stolen from my 
bome. CaU 420-1518. 



vmJCSWAGON 



Large selection of used 
VoUcswageu, moat models 
most ccooi^. 100 per cent, 
guaranteed. Baidt financing 
craiUt approved by phoM. 
VICTOOT VOUOWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
397-1216. 



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GENERATORS - OoeOnan, 
3 K.W. 24-38 votts, air 
cooled diesel ft one 10 
K.W. 120-140 volts, water 
cooled diesd. CaU 8S9- 
7722. 



76-16 ft. BOAT, exceUent 
condition, kMks Uke new, 
trailer, electric windi, all 
safety equipment, comidete 
package. Dan 422-1424 or 
Evening 461-6661. 



sandblastdk: - Boat. 
Trailers and Machinery- 
Free EsUmatea. White - 
burat, Blassingham Corp., 
403 W. >4th St., NoribUc, 
627-2396. 



CHRIS - CRAFT Comman- 
der Sports Fisberman-SP- 
1970-Flylng Bridge- Twin 
300 H. P. - Outriggers- 
Fishing Chalrs-TrimTabs- 
Costt38,000-8eU orTrade 
125,000. CALL 425-0526. 



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ATTENTION college tta • 
dents and otbera. If yon 
have not accepted a nm- 
mer job or career Job as ■ 
of yet CaU me Immedi- 
ately. 499-4606. 



OPEN the door to extra! 
eawUnasi] Join the iafteaaa — 
tttl friendly toyd em o n a tr a- 
\tors who are making good 
\monay in th^ ivare wne. 
Also earn yaurtoyaamples 
fnw. No ddlvertag or col- ^ 
lectmg. No caA Invest - 1 
meat. CaU now 547-4716. 
Also bo(*iag parties. 



PRESaiAN to operate 
Goas Cmnmmlty 3-unlt 
offset newspaper press. 
Three-dav week: Tnes - 
day, Wednesday, Friday. 
35 hour average, tttU pay. 
CaU or write Norris BIy, 
Tidewater News, Frank • 
Un, Va. 23851. Telephone 
962-3187. 



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FARMER'S 

Need Seing space? 

8^ pFOdnce tnm jmr trwek. We have ebolee naeo 
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t^bods who wtfiiS a pceiaaaieaal ptwdnet. 

QuSty, low price, mBuumMn U flip's what 
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Complete typeaettlng toeUiliea. 



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to project. It's someOiing we can help yon wlOi. Call 
as tor estimates, no obligatiaa. 



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TuMl, Swuldviira in file 
at WW or'Sottttampton 
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yiirtUa, PorUnodli, or 
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ru«« |S,MO • 17,144. Ap- 
ply br S:00 P.M., July 9, 
inl to Va. Employmtiit 
CoauBlMion 1411 N.Bat- 
tltfltU Blvd., ChtsapMkc 
(M7-4Ul)or706-7MHi(li 
S.. Portiwojitt, {»7 - 
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toia »., Suttiik, (IM - 
0748). An SqutK^'lo- 
tty Eraplojrar. 



SERVICE MANAGER tor 
tnmtat eompuy ipiclt- 
UtlM la truck wiii^Mit 
lid kydrauUei on Eist- 
•rn Bm>t«, MtryUnd. Take 
chufo iadlvMutl nioded. 
Pild holidays and vacatioDs 
Ufa Insnnnce, hoatrttalU- 
tfk», and uUforms. Sal- 
ary |1S»000 plui. Com - 
ntMtBVtn wlttiaMUty, R«- 
^ Virginia Bitch Son, 
ClaMtflad Box f47$, IM 
RoxBOMBt Rd., Virgin- 
la BMCh, Va. 234St. 



CHRISTIAN couple or p«r- 
na to help me with grow- 
tm holiness, great future 
rSWards,caU4»7-4Ml(V) 



GIRLS vantid for new pri- 
fate clnb in Norfolk. Make 
IB exctss Of ftSO. a week. 
No uperleBCC necMiary. 
For iirtorriew call 6ZS - 
$141. 



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ADVERTING &lesper - 
wan nead«l ibr ..growing 
Tldwniter gewsptper or- 
ganliatlon. Qqwriaoeeei-' 
lentlal. Copy and layout 
Involved. Excellent cqipor-' 
tiuity lor ««U-gtarter with 
ideas to work with mini- 
mum supervision. It you 
qualUy, ^ease smd re- 
lume to Mr. Km Curley 
Byerly Puhlicathws, V. u. 
Box 1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
2$3gQ. AU r«pllM stneUy 
cbnfideolial. 



RECEPTIONIST wanted. 
No experience necessary. 
Call «£3-S342. 



WORKDK: editor needed 
(or growing Tidewatnr 
commonliy newspaper 
grtHQi. Must be seaioned 
news pro, strong on r«- 
writer oommuni^ nowi, 
photography. Nowiman- 
agement, layort, pastnq) 
wills neceaiaiy. Small- 
p^wr ezperiene* valuable. 
Snd eonildwtial resume 
to Ken Carley, Bm 1327, 
Chesapmke, VA 23320. 



FULL or part Ume. Show 
our money making line of 
calendars, promotional ad- 
vertii^ and. gifts to lo- 
cal huslnnuN. No invest- 
ment, colledions or dis- 
trict nunagen. Prompt, 
friendly serviet with «7 
year old firm, rtfed AAA- 
1. Weekly commissions and 
liberal homist Write John 
McNeer, Dipt. IMS, New- 
ton MFG. Co., Newton, Io- 
wa S020I. 



COLLEGE 
SUMMER WORK 

fMONEYI 
CALL 461-1193 



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WORKING Shop Foreman, 
47 1/2 hour work week. 
New taclUtlai, clean shop. 
Must be etparienced In 
farm machinery and truck 
repairs Hi^'kcbool educ- 
ItioD, (ood pay, vacation, 
hospital Insurance availa- 
ble. See Mr. Goodwin, 
Goodwin EffiiitunMi Co., 
1211 Armory Dr., FrtAkllo 
Va. 



14-»osltieni WMted 



CHILIXARE in my home, 
day or al^. Weithavtn 
area. Cillin-OSOS. 



BABICSTTING- My home. 
Great Bridge vrai. fenced 
yard. CsU 4U-30gt, 412- 

2(06. 



EXPERIENCED child care 
in my hmw tor wwUng 
mothers. Lots of love, in- 
dividnal rttentioo, play- 
matei and reasonable. Call 
484-S42t. 



Sna-RBTIRBD MAN would 
like gaidMi wotfe. CaU af- 
ter ^ S4S-M07. 



BABYSrmNG-Your home 
or mine. Week-dayi hod. 
week-end's. Call«4->S«n 



BABYSlntNG in my home. 
Great Bridge area. LbU of 
loving care. Aayage, weric- 
days. AvailaM«S«^ember 
1. CaU 423-3431. 



STUOE^ Part-timo. 9 
am-lpm; I2.S0 per boor, 
{dun Mnis. No npertence 
necemry. CaU Mr. Whi- 
ter 4M-9SSS. 



FASHION CENTER 

We s*A one indlvidukiwho 
has dreams ot;«)pertfing 
their very own Udiei hoa- 
tlque. Our program indnd- 
es a comidete set of fix- 
tures, ehcek-oirt counter, 
BisetUaneoui supplies, 
tn-store training, grand 
opening, advartiidng and 
pronoUoa, continuing as - 
•Istance and beginning in- 
ventory. AU thU fbr uUt- 
Ut as 112,500. 



LADIES 

MOE^EWEl^E 

IntowstlBg: iBrt. Excel - 
lent Income CaU 461-1198 



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l-IO0-374-47aO Est. XIX 



MASSAGE QRL 
•175 WEEKLY 
GUARANTEED 

No experiMce necessary 
wlU train 18 or over. 
Business Man's Massaxe 
AHwtth^. 6tS-«Ml 
or 4IO-t7«l 



MAHUFACTORDKt DBTRmUTOft WANTED 
NO MACRIMERT REQUBEO 
NaUonal 54 year old organisation otters catalyst used 
in manufacture of CRETO in America and in private 
label products throughout the world. Product is ccdor- 
Isas and It is not a snrfice eoattng. It penetrates new 
or oU concrete using the very detrimental alkaU now 
in the concrete Itself to effect waterproofing, stop- 
page ot cracking, crumUing and increases tensUe strength 
The G8A nanber for ^ETO U 80SL00044-2S01, It 
StipulMes 'DO NOT SUBSTITUTE, THIS MATERIAL 
HAS BEEN FOUND TO BE TOE ONLY PRODUCT THAT 
WILL 00 THE JOB TO WHICH IT HAS BEEN APPUED'. 
Pradnet is in demand by industry, schools, municl- 
ptUtias, etc. No madiinery need to MFG. Just mix 
and s^-tnmeodou profit! PhoM Richard Hardy, 714- 
319-1335 or writs AlkaU Reductton Co., 66066 Pierson 
Blvd., Duort Hot Stiriags, Ca. 92240. 



Exchanging 
its mi you 
no tongtr 
ufirlW'. 
ipbiAWn. 
caiilvltniora 
prscticai tliin 
Morinh 
thoM itenM. 

If you're 
looking for 
• practical way 
to find 
I caih buyer, 
look to 
aanHiadl 

Call u> today 

to piso* your 
.. tow^fioatad 



bdependent Businessman 
needs fuU or part-time 
he^. Only honest, am- 
bitious men or womoineed 
immire. 420-0977. 



CASHliB 
imCEPTIONIST 

1140 Week gaanntaed 
salary. No axpwiMce 
neces*ary.aO-t1U 



14-PostttonsWtnted 



HOUSE Sitter-wUl'tlt with, 
your booses whlfo'i^ v* 
on vacation/ R«l»r««ce6.' 
Can 340-6200.' 10 Mm - 
12 am. 



Churohlaad ArM -WUl 
babysit la «y ham. Play 
arwa, maala, matiro wo- 
man, Reaidnibln. Call 
464-6934. 



BOYS training and coach- 
ing. Oouervatory creden- 
tUU. CaU M1-201S, 



BABYSITTING -My borne, 
large tenced In yard. Ideal 
lor woriting ' ■ moUier. 
Huders Point arna. CALL 
MS-1391 



EXPERIENCE Botddioeper 
for smaUbwdnecsos.ortU 
phases of ctM&<«pwortc - 
in my balBlln. CaU 461-2507 



CHILD GARE-in ay home. 
By age. CaU 465-1597 
(»iO. weekly) 

MHHaaHamiHMmsaHBiHa 
IS^Buainm^porhwi^ 



PART Tiipc sales iepre- 
sentatlvcpior ^notbetlc oU 
A Lubricants. CALL 420- 
6350 



oppoltTUNmr'ior anod- 

ttous people. Run your.own 
distribotorshlp part-time. 
Hi^ income and profit 
sharing. Phonetorappoint- 
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Garner Ted Arms trang 




BAimHB- in 
dltion. CaU sa- 



con- 



DEC0N8 BENCH-SoUd 
mapel, new condition. |7S. 
CaU 397-2474 



WGPK 



SWIMMBIG Pool - 24* dte- 
meter with patto, $1100. 
CaU 497-6291. 



BQALTEIiS 



Looking for i busy 
mark»tpl6ce 
where you can buy, 
sell or trade? 

If you are, the 
ixwtu^ed 
classification in 
today's \^antAdt 
offers you 
exactly the help 
you need. 

An inexpensive ad 
will sell your 
boat or explain 
your iwap offer. 
Other boater's ads 
provide you writh 
a selection of 
boat* which era 
for sale. 



AlK-Condltioner— Fed - 
den, . ir,000 B.T.U. 's, 
wood panel front, excel- 
lent condition. 3150. Call 
547-1602. 



DRAPES - lined, 2 pair, 
100' X 64" ,3 .jmlr, ^" 
X64",ll«ral6a>«liiteback 
grouMl! Bxcellnt condttion - 
CaU 461-^0267. 



Large pool taMes for sale. 
Can be ceea at pobl room 
onlTthSt Vi.?Beaeh 



BAB and 3 bar stobU, 7 
ft., padded, excellent con- 
dition, $125. CaU 420-0635 



QLOrURNITURE idealfor 
poreh/Thre» easy chairs, 
two end chairs, Uble and 
four chairs, hartieqne grill 
two attmotive tatde lunps, 
aU fbr flOO; CaU B<Mi at 
547-4571 Of 486-3430. 



MAGNAVOX home eater- 
tainmeat center includes 
AM/FM radio, record 
Idayer andBAW 21" TV 
wttb goodpletore needing 
tuner MlBxtotsnt, 190. Al- 
so, brant new 12' SAW 
nortaU# TV, ISO. Reel - 
lo-roel tape reeorder,f40. 
Call Bob at 547-4571 or 
466-3430. 



» - Wanted toBiv 



FARM Huose-nesrly t ac- 
reas - Georgetown fian. 
Oik floora, flr^n, 3 
spicioua bedrooliis,'jporch, 
large dctadhed garage. 
$55,000. By owner. CaU 
,424-4154. Noagentol 



63 - Lota iBf tale 



GEORGETOWN 
'COLONY 

HOME SITES'Ftffi SALE 

for 

People planning Homea 

i Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE ... 

333 Provldeaee Rd. 

Call 404-0317 



70 - Heae lerviees 



ELECTRICAL wdrk. New 
and old, resUcMial and 
commerdaL Free esUma- 
tes. Bondcd'ind Insured. 
CaU Ketchudi's Electric. 
4t3m20. 



Lot Clearing, Grading, De- 
molition, Acreage Clean- 
ing. By the hour or job. 
Free esUntrte. CALL 
"547-1602. 



66- Far 1 



Basinyss Ql^ortunity. Be 
«ov ««• boss, for a flO 
uvastmeit. Profits daUy. 
460-0152. 



open the door to eitra 
sernings. Join the sucees- 
sfnl friendly toy demoih- 
atntors.wbo an makiit 
good maaey Ittthldrjgpare 
hme. AU iiia your toy 
samplei 1k>ee. No Arilver- 
ing or ooUecUng. Ho cash 
investment. Call now S43- 
4716. Also hbbklagparties. 



21-Private Instruction 



ntSTRUcnoN classes 

Nnrses Aides - OrdKlles- 
Qdc Bil^MadtoalTfaimag 
Schooi; Greet Bridge. 94»« 
5156:^" 



IS-ArtidanaM'Me 



GRAFLEX Nortta ltO/220 
SLR. Use Just Uke 135 
mm 1:2 F/SO lens, sot 
shade. HOO.OOorbestoflnr 
CaU Cklco 417-2152. 



WEOEHNG GOWN-New, de- 
tachable train. Bodice, lace 
and baby pearU with laog 
sleeves. $95.00 caU 547- 
16l».ffixe 10 



IRACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Sold l" wide with pear 
rii^ waaaaat aa din- 
wads on top. Vary vala- 
aUe. CaU S«-16n. 



^TfloSselofl'VoSSs 



WANTED TO Binr 

Boat tridler to- accom - 
oiodato 16 tvA boat. Tan- 
dMn<axle preferred. CaU 
49»'h5042 before 5 and ask 
torXl. 



:Sl.«Cotas and 



NOKWEW RARE COINS - 
Norfolkis most comptetei 
buy, seU trade, buyingsU- 
ver coins, 42 Soathem 
Shopfring Center, NortoUc, 
8S3-8in. 



37-Machinery-Tools 



GENERATORS-One Onan, 
3 K.W. 24-32 votts, air 
cooled diesd AooelOKW. 
120-140 votts, water cool- 
ed dtesel. CaU 665-7726 



PAMELMG-ThU isasteall 
/Priced low because of 
mixed cotor.) 3/16 in. gro- 
oved and negrooved for 
$1.50 per sheet and 3/16 
hi. new Masonite $1.50 per 
sheet. CaU Mrs. Taytor 
it4S7-010i; 



RABBITS tor sale tor peU 
or tryttg sise. WUl de- 
liver dressed. CaU 543- 
6607. 



USED 2 inch extra heavy 
scheduUtlQ pipe; Approx- 
imately liOO feet. Best of- 
fer. CaU 461-7310. 



fdSL Sale-WaiUtttrr Organ 
^cMtsole, ihythm box A tape 
tsMrder bnUtlMlaosyn- 
thsthUer. ExceUMl coadi- 
Uoa. (^464-6047bBlween 
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MCAM(PBR - NUnrod - 8e- 
Wv«it^; Bafd-TopvMstDve 
»sidk abd ice box. Sle^ 
fiver Eierilent eoodltlOB. 
• CaU497-0W9. 



lO-fome Service 



^'SECOND Mortage Loans 
. fFast Service) FtSt: Home 
Improvements, BiU Con- 
solidations, Investment^, 
Aby Reason. R. L.For- 
tiine, Associates Financial 
." Services ot America, Inc. 
655-3105. 



FORK LlFT-1974-ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
lbs. Pnvaoe foel, 190 hrs., 
Uke new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3780 



EUlot Addressograph-fair 
oonditfon, includes shel- 
ves, drawers, 500rt«B 
Ideal for smaU busl nean, 
ehncb, or civic group 
$200. or best offer. CaU, 
547-4571. J„iA 



40-MobUe Homes tor Sale 



MoUle Home Must Sale! 
Pay no eqitty, remain on 
M. im-Marriifleld - I2x 
70. CaU 464-8610. 



56-For Sale Va. Beach 



CEDARWOOD-3 bedroom, 
aU vpUances, sun dear, 
feodag, lew assuDptioa on 
73/4% loan. Payment KM 
a B(&h. CaU 416-3730 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co .' 

LOCAaV OWNED 

AND OPERATED 
482-3381 



946 bathefieldblvd; 

IriLSOH' 
SBOPFIMI CUTU 



GENERAL CONTRACT- 
mc-Home'S buUt, rooms 
ramodeled, garages, ro- 
ots, carports, acreened in 
.porches. Colonial Con- 
strnrtiw Co., caU 463- 
1577, ask for Sam. 



PIANO tanhig and rqwir. 
Player .nUnos also re - 
paired. Old piano ^specie-' L. 
Uty, ■ 

Can 486-5016 



MEET OUR CLASSIFIED ADVISOR 




EVELYN Is our classified advisor. It is her job to 
assist and advise anyone who calls Byerly Publications 
to place a low-cost quick-acting classified ad. She is 
the first person you will meet if you bring your ad to 
our office on Battlefield Blvd Evelyn checks everjr 
ad tor corrections, for the right running dates,. and 
makes sure your ad is published in aU three of our home- 
town newspapers (Chesapeake Post, Virginia Beach 
Sun, Tidewater Life). If you need help with your classi'- 
fied ad, caU 547-4571. 



STOREY 
CONSTRUCTION 

Specialising in Interior A 
Exterior Painting, WaU- 
paper, graying Acoustic 
Ceilings or Wallis, Repair- 
ing ugly ceiling or waU 
cracks. WiU remodel, de- 
corate and repair to your 
speclflcathNis. 

FREE Esfimtes! 
CsU 464-4694 



W.R. CURLHIC 
WRLDDfC SERVICE 



Sjpecialising in: 
Equiimieat maintenance 
'BuUding trade bodies 
AU types of welding 

CalBly 
421-3855 



HOME 
SERVICES 





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SONItlMCTION 

MINPMINT RINTAL ^ 

543-5Z213.eWeMert eAir CoMpresseH- 
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eCronM •Qntiii^atn, 
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f333 Bdlnbridga Blvd. 

NC«MANdEAN.AAGR. 




CONCRAT0LATIONS 

ED HAZARD!!! 

SALES TOTALUIG 

$111,000111 

Ed Hasard hu recently 
joined our company and 
is a weU Itoown nsident 
(rf Greenwood EsUtes. He 
invites aU his friends to 
contact him when thqr 
should need to seU or buy. 

His home pbooe U 547- 
7217. 

RiCAROO, mc. 

lIALTOaS 

311 xmrrowR u>. 

CHISAPIAKB, TA. 23320 

-n Til HEART OF 
(»EATBRIDGK' 
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BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Builders 

Home Improvements 

Contractors 

Garage BuUders 

Room Additions 

Aluminum Siding 

- Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 

CALL ANYTIME 
B46rT3l8i 

' -IM?: *!«»>.' 

1600 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



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Bocni AsomoHS 
KiTcgiN annnnjwi 

*AU sizes of garages and 

attached garages. 
'Convert garage to a den 

or family room 
*Ceramlc Tile, Brick, A 

Block work 

We specialise in 
Home Improvements! 

R.H. BLACK 

Ca. 



,ltt-M» 117-7176 

AirrmiE evenwgs 



UMDERBUTERS 

BinUNNG SUPPLY CO. 

'Home Improvement Is our 
business' 



Roofing, Siding, addtUonSr 
storm windows, plastering, 
AC/Heating, electric, con- 
crete work, plnmbla|, gnt- 
tera A dn. spouts, lOtchen 
romodleing garage, brick 
A block work, painting, 
A block work, painUni^ 
carpeting, alnmlimm aid 
ing A fireplaces. 



.BendagAUTMewater 
FKEEKsfiMto 
CaU6U-8M4 
Nights 848-0161 



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Painttng A Paper Hangifl 

Very reasonable, free M' 
Umate, aU work neatljt 
done and guaranteed. 
•So Let The Girls" Do K% 
Phone 655-0558 



'HOUSEW<»KGOTY0U 

DOWN? 
General cleaning, steanti 
extractico carpet clean -: 
ing, floor waxing and strtp-4< 
ping, window cleaning, car- 
pet and spbolstery sham- 
pooing. Banded, insured.. 
FREE ESTIMATE. Call 
DMIESTICARE at 465 -. 
.1971. ♦ 



SOFA-Uwsoa, 3 cnahiHi- 
ed, gold aad green, doea 
Ht need re-aBholstered, 
ml iMd ooaAlon, $100. 
CaU iU-»72. 



KINGS (aAlIT 

4 Bedraom-3 Bntb, large 
corner lot, centralalr. As- 
sume or eovnatloaal. (Mi. 
340-2246 after 6 P.M.JKt 
AdENTS 




Real Estate Sales Agent 
New With Pembroke 
For 1976 

NO GIMMICKS 

JUST A BETTER 

COMMISSION SPLIT 

ANDBONI^ 

COMPENSATION PLAN 

Openings for experienced 
or new age^ in ourGreen 
WnrerV tot ia lal laa c b ol 
fioe. Ovn- SO-miUioB in 
Residential aalM for 1975 
aukes >s one of Tidewa- 
Us't la i^ faUservice 
fonpaatsr "Wi ' nw m 
caa do uon becaase we 
are the GaUery of Homes. 
Lock Ibr our ItaUottl and 
local continBrtng TV mro- 
motlon. AttMd our pro- 
-fMsional traitfng course. 
WaltM- taith 
4', 7145 Chcaapake, or 
.. % Hdbwa 497-9611 
yit6<nuBa^ 

PEMBftOKET^EALTY 
GALLERY OF HOMES. 



Astro Realty 



8620 MartlB Johnson Rd. 
Deep Croak 



You can trust app| 

REALTOR LB. 

wmmmmmmmm realtor* 
HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



Three Bedroom rancher located on six acres. Has two 
fireplaces aad large den. This home hu central air and 
M hotalrheetaadstonnwiadowsanddoon. Priced 
at oaly 1^,000. 



Astro Malty 424-3720 



BUI Barlow 467-106 



The Realtors below are prrtwaionals in real estate who 
subscribe to a strict code of ethics as members of local 
and state boards and of the Natfooal Associatiao of Real 
Estate Boarte. 

Profct your Inv$m9ntl S— orn of rAese Iwtllng area Realtors! 




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Bdttariy Woods 
Forvsi tU8 
Cedar Grove 
Tayk^yfooa 

484-4542 




FotanexuiULTs 

OALL 
-3720 



SASSER 



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484-6690 







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jgBALO GEORGE «4-7tt4 
mMTE aOWELLa4-0404 
PAOLWEOOWG 48a-Mtt 
UHWBrFIKU} 464-5488 

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PAULSODERQUlSf 
466-6119 



B-8 Virginia Bnch Sun, June 30, 1916 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

SHORTS 

Wins scholarship 



A Virginia Beach student has beenawardedan academ- 
ic scholarslilp for 1976-77 at Evangel College, Spring- 
field, Mo. She Is Mary L. Snyder, daughter of Mr. and 
Urs. Marvin E. Snyder Jr., now of Yuma, Ariz. Miss 
Sbyder is a 1974 graduate of First Colonial high school, 
and a Junior at Evangel. 

An accounting major, Miss Snyder was awarded a Busi- 
ness and Economica Alumni scholarship for next year. 
She is on the dean's list for the spring semester. 



Gains certificate 

Martha Carr Huddleston recently completed require- 
ments for the Certificate of Advanced study in Educa- 
tional AdmUstntion from the College of William and 
Mary. Mrs. Huddleston, a reading specialist in ttie Vir- 
ginia Beach school system, has been on sal)t>atical leave 
tor the past year. She had previously received her Mas- 
ter in Edttcatlm degree from WUliam and Mary. 



Myers seminarian 

Scott B. Myers, a second year student at Yale Divinity 
School is worlung at Virginia Beach United Methodist 
Church as seminarian for his second consecutive sum- 
mer. Myers received bis first ordination June 15. 
when Bishop W. Kenneth Goodsoh ordained the class 
of deacons at the session of the Virginia Annual Con- 
fi^rence at Hampton Coliseum. 

Home president 

Robert Allen Horne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert* 
Home of the 500 block of General Gage Road, has 
been elected president of the Psl Chi chapter of the 
National Honor Society in Psychology at Old Dominion 
University. A sophomore, Robert is a graduate of Prin- 
cess Anne High and is on the dean's list. 

Frankle gets M,D, 

Frankie Ann Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
J. Holmes, received her M. D. degree last month from 
Medical CoUege of Virginia. 

A graduate in chemistry from the College of Wil- 
liam and Mary, she will do an intemshq) in internal 
medicine at Hartford Hospital in Hartiford, Conn. 

Award to Helen 

Helen Frances Sbevock, a dance student, receivad 
her eight year Certificate of Merit Award from Mary 
Ann Wood School of Dance at the school's recital Satur- 
day evening recently at Chrysler HaH in Norfolk. Helm 
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Shevock 
of Virginia Beach. 

Bratcher degreed 

Gene F. Bratcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. PaulD. 
Bratcher of Deary Lane was among 120 studenta re- 
ceiving degrees in the 1976 Grace College commence- 
ment exercises. He received a bachelor of science 
degree with a double major in iriiysical education and 
business. He is a 1972 graduate of First Colonial. 

Barber graduates 

R. Craig Barber, son of Cai^in and Mrs. Roy C. Bar- 
ber of 2225 Pqplar Point Rd. in Virglca Beach, has 
graduated from Purdue University earning a Bachelor of 
Scioice D^ree in Biochemistry. While attendii^ Pur- 
due, he became a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. 

BrelnerfOn list 

Robtrt A. Breiner Jr. son of Mr. and Mcs. Robert 
A. Breiaer Sr. of the 4500 block of Bob Jones Drive 
IMS been named to the dean's list for the first semester 
4 Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, N.C. 

Holmes a success 

Rickard Holmes Knight Jr. of Virginia Beach las 
recdved a doctor oS Jurisprudence degree from Sam- 
l>rd Univerettj^in Birmingham, Alabama. 

SIckler has B.S. 

Burton H. Sickler Jr. of 4829 Brandywine Drtve has 
received a Bachelor of Science in biology from Penus.- 
hwda State University. 




Bayalcto Junior piBytrablow btiiillfii nolil 

Plaza, Bayside 
concerts shine 



By BUD LOWE 
Sun Contr ttutor 

Did you attend any of the high school or joaior high 
school band concerts this spring? 

Two of the Junior high schools in this area had beevti- 
ful spring concerts. Ptaia and Bayside Junior Higli 
Schools did a magniflceot Job. The studenta sounded like 
professional musicians on stage. 

PUia Jr. iswithoutadoubtoneof the most improved * 
Jr. high bends at the Beach. It is under the direction of 
Charles Warren who has done an outstanding Job with the 
young musicians under his care. Words alone can not 
explain the sounds that was produced on stage at the 
spring concert for Ptaia Jr. 

Plaza Jr. is without a doubt one of the most improved 
Jr. high bands at the Beach. It Is under the direction of 
Charles Warren who has done an outatandlng Job with the 
young musicians under his care. Words aUme can not ei- 
pUin the sounds that was produced on stage at the spring 
concert for Plaxa Jr. 

aafvMpJr. ts a very etrai tad waMwam»Ut tnit^ 

of musicians. Under the direction of Evelyn Sperry they 
have progressed beautifully. Her stage band is me that 
could hold its own in any setting. This was a surprise 
to hear, and if one had not been told they were.Jr. high 
school students you would think you were listing to one of 
the more popular groups of the area. 

Yes, Mrs. ^lerry you have really put it all together in 
this °groq>. The concert band and wind ensemble were 
first class all the way and a pleasure to Ustw to as well. 

The students from these two schools will go on to either 



Princess Anne High School under the direction of Ron 
Collins, Cox High School under the direction of Billy 
Cooper, or to KeUam High School under the direction of 
Jack ^rry. Whichever high school it may be they can be 
sure they are beading for a new eqwrlencein music and 
under the direction of some of the finest band directors 
around. 

There is some outstandli« talent leavli% the jr. high 
schools and heeding to the bigger units in sr . high school, 
but one must remember this is where it all started. And 
the band directors of our Jr. highs are the ones that de- 
velop the interest in music in the students and give us the 
fine bands we find in our local high schools today. 

Talk to the different high school band directors here at 
the Beach an) you will soon know how much importance 
is idaced tm the feeder programs from the Jr. Ugh 
schools. Every year the high school bands lose top talent, 
and the Imput from the jr. highs have to repkce thta tal- 
ent. They may not be as experiencedasth(»e leaving tat 
they fill those necessary spaces that are needed to make 
their musical unit comidete. 

And are tl» Jr. hl^ students happy tiwut the nu>vft<Np? 

Jest aft them. 

They will tell you in a minute how they feel. They are 
just bubbling over with enthustasm. They know whatjdgh 
school they are heading for and they can tell you what 
their new hand has done this past year and how much it 
means to be a member of that high school band. 

So the next time you hear a bend playing, stqi> and 
ttiink, who was the one responsible for getting this stu- 
d«it interested in playUig a musical instrument. We at 
the Beach canbeproudoftheBandOirectors we have, the 
be^ in the state. 



Secretaries at Beach 
hold installation meet 




The annual Installation 
Banquet-Bosses' Night of 
the Virglnta Beach LegU 
Secretaries Assodatioii 
was held recently at the 
Mariner Resort Hotel. 

James R. McKoiry, Eq. 
was presented "Boss of 
the Year" award ^hls se- 
cretary Kim Cowan. 

Betty McAdams was pre- 
sented "Secretary of the 
Year" award by her boss, 
Philip G. Denman, Es^. 

The fbllowing otficen 
wer Installend by the Ho- 
norable Philip L. Russo, 
Judge of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virglnta 
Beach: Kim Cowan, pres- 
ident; Donna Petniska, vice 
preisdeirt; Carol Hamblln, 
secrrtary; Maggie Oyer, 
treasurer; Betty McActams 
governor; Michele Pore, 
NALS Representative. 



All in attendance were 
surpirsed by a Ikshio dtow 
consisting of several attor- 
neys who modeled "Wat 
the Attorney : Should Not 



Wear to The dtfiee". The 
models were: James A. 
Gorry m Esq., Leslie R. 
Watson Esq. and Carter 
Q. Anderson Jr., Esq. 




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